Vuni Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... that you don't expect to see another human in the remoteness of a vast uninhabited wilderness.
My best bit? Impossible to single out one event really. I loved it all - driving 3000 miles in a Range Rover Sport, 28 hangovers, meeting scores of lovely people, one ghost and one ghost town, lake fireworks, scary mountain drives, 13 diverse hotels, stunning scenery, a hilly chilly foggy city, hot dry deserts, Route 66 and Highway 1, old ...
... 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 ...
... Greek salad with cucumber, onions, tomato, olives, and feta cheese
and just a tiny bit of olive oil and vinegar.
The next part all comes very quickly, and most of us can harldy believe that people
actually finish an entire meal! I will just bullet off the list:
- Greek Meatballs
- Pork Belly
- Pork Kebabs
... falling from the walls. But there is an old feeling of family here, the workshop still obvious and the old pointed archway leading into the yard. The grandson plans to clear the place up and turn it into a workshop for making surfboards.
However the place has been broken into and a lot of the old handmade craftsmanship stolen to be thrown onto the bonfires raging nearby. The generation today marking a cultural and religious ...
... the artisans were mainly men. There were potters and coppersmiths: those that specialized in leather-goods; knife-makers; jewelers, woodworkers and stonemasons.
Nicosia those days was also famous for its weekly Women’s Bazaar, where the wealthier 'town’ ladies could buy cloth, handmade lace and other haberdashery items.
I found the visit remarkably interesting and I can say that it did travel me back. I took ...