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... cities well laid out in grid form. It really is no wonder that the majority of Americans do not leave their country to holiday elsewhere. Why would you when you have it all on tap with an easy and cheap access-all-areas situation?
I know Sarah will say Death Valley due to its uniqueness and what we did whilst we were there. Also it's strange because we got asked several times in Palm Springs as to where we ...
The buildings which have been restored, date back to the end of the 18th century and are typical examples of traditional Cypriot urban architecture.
The main Tourist Information Centre is also out here where walking tours around the city centre start on Mondays, Thursdays and ...
... touristy. Tourist info gives me the tip of a nice sand beach nearby. Finally get out there and it's 15 tl to get in, complete joke. 21 tl round trip with dolmuses. Had a beer with the Pom in my room come night. Although well travelled and interesting, fairly nuts. Accom: Cyprus dorms for 2 nights - 25 ...
... afternoon went by very slowly, but eventually it was time to go back and catch the airplane home. My plane was leaving at 4am the next morning, and I still had to pack.
Cyprus is beautiful. If I ever disappear off the face of the earth and it isn’t a result of mobsters, drug lords, or pirates, look for me there. I will be restoring some old house that has the perfect entrance to a secret ...
... 351;a. No history lesson, it's just the Turkish name for the world's last divided capital and whilst I'm not too sure how proud you should be of that fact but at least it gives the Greek Cypriots an excuse to commission a random monument consisting of Greek letters and metal poles which look like they were left over from some other perhaps more impressive monument. Or some scaffolding. Whatever.The capital is also where the Green Line which cuts ...