Savoy Ottoman Palace
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... water altogether; firstly you are presented with a deep deep bath tub which takes 3 days to fill then you spend the next half hour pressing every button and fiddling with every lever in sight all to no avail. it was only on the third occasion that I refused to be beaten and rang housekeeping. Press the switch down they said. as if i hadnt pressed every bloody switch including all the light switches just in case one of them doubled as ...
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 ...
... build up your tent anymore.
But what you get is sometimes beautiful: a place near the sea, nothing in front of your tent but some bushes and stones (and perhaps some garbage which seems to be inevitable) and then the endless sea to see. The waves rolling up on the shore, lulling you to sleep. Very very beautiful. Of course it would be even more beautiful, when the temperature was a bit up, so that you could enjoy the view a bit longer. But that is for later in the season.
... these beautiful laces and when you come to Lefkara you will see them sitting outside in the streets or in their houses busy working on lace.
The intricate silver filigree artifacts and jewellery is the other important product of Lefkara. Dainty little spoons and forks, with exquisite handles, intricate designs on napkin rings, silver bowls or glass holders are really very impressive.
It is late afternoon by now, and I am still walking ...
... Overlooking the seaside town of Kyrenia look out onto nearby Turkey only miles away you see why they wanted to stay. To top the flags was the text message we recieved..remembering we are officially according to UN in Cyprus, a text message saying "Welcome to Turkey"...priceless. The gloves were off now.
We all headed back to the bus and onto the very picturesque port of Kyrenia, which has a massive castle over looking the old town. We headed ...