Savoy Ottoman Palace
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... Mehmet, the guards, was very knowledgeable and gave a small tour and we chatted a bit. Very nice gentleman. The road up and down is very treacherous and a moment of distraction could easily mean trouble from steep mountain sides. Okay, so be careful!!
Oh, one more thing: I saw an almond tree fresh with flowers fully bloomed. The island is in the midst of flowers blooming. Exquisite site.
... Carmen won a little money while in Cyprus, but I ended up the Big winner this time.
Finding great places to stay and eat when traveling is always a challenge. We have found Trip Advisor is a very good resource. We read about a place that was receiving great reviews and decided to give it a chance. It was an hour long drive on curvy roads up a mountain to a quaint little town that ...
Left Kyrenia at 8:33 and had a quick 34-minute drive on an expressway south to the capital of Nicosia. We crossed the border into the Republic of Cyprus at 9:07. It was a smooth crossing with no line and we weren’t even asked to show our passports! Just waived right through.
We drove into old city Nicosia and had trouble finding our hotel, circling around several times before finally realizing the hotel ...
... days before our departure. Wolfi and I were still thinking about packing our bags when Erik, my sometimes absent-minded brother-in-law, realized, only minutes before they were to leave for the airport, that he didn't know where he had last put his passport. He ended up missing the flight as he frantically searched the house. So my sister made the 11 hour trip to London with a baby all by herself. ...
... city since around 647 when the Byzantines moved inland to protect themselves from the Arab raiders who were sacking the coastal cities. It remained the capital under the Lusignan dynasty, but the name was changed to Nicosia on account of it being more French and ****.
This island's entire history is a ******* soap opera.
After I'd spent a bit of time mincing around Kantara Castle, I picked the girls up from the beach and we headed ...