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... here is dark contrary to the beaches in Ayia Napa and Protaras.
The highlight is the beach of Faros with the beautiful lighthouse which was built in the years of British rule.
There is another beach on the other side and very close to this one but when it gets a bit windy it can become dangerous out there.
So, this is where I spent most of my time when here. ...
... and I was happy to see that treatments were affordable too, compared to other SPA hotels in Cyprus.
My therapist gave me tips of how to fight tension and managed to let all my stress float away in minutes…I am grateful and want to thank Antigoni, through this entry.
If guests wish to use the Steam rooms and the Sauna, will have to arrange ...
The Cathedral of Saint Sophia which was turned into a mosque in 1570s is impressive.
It's one of the best preserved buildings, as it still serves Muslim prayers actively.
The building is noted as being the largest, finest temple, and the most important Gothic ...
... supermarket. That was the most difficult situation of my life. Everything is written in Greek. It's hard to tell what certain things are. The meat section was very limited. A lot of pork products. I saw very few beef. There were no hamburger patties like the markets at home. Turkey products, forget it, it was only delli sliced but nothing like jenni-o section. I guess i will be surviving off pasta for my time here. here's the first set of pictures. ...
... cafes. Mom browsed the shops here but didn’t find anything of interest, so we moved on to the municipal market. I let Mom go shopping while I explored the nearby Selimiye Mosque, the most prominent landmark in North Nicosia.
“This strange-looking building, a cross between a French Gothic church and a mosque, has an interesting history,” according to Lonely Planet. “Work started on the church in 1209 and progressed slowly. ...