Alkisti City Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Larnaca
... further away from the temple, some residential housing has begun to be excavated.
Kition is mentioned several places in Scripture but mostly as an allusion to its naval power (Dan 11:30), figuratively to all the distant islands of the Mediterranaean or distant places in general (Jer 2:10; cf. Isa 23:12), or as a principal supplier of lumber for the building of ships (Ezk 27:6).
... his body inconspicuously so as to not fall into the hands of his fellow-Christians was hidden in the marshland and later dumped into the sea. However, John Mark was witness to this barbaric action and he and Barnabas's followers retrieved his body and buried him with his "St. Matthew's" Bible (hand written copy of Matthew's Gospel) in a cave under a carob tree to the west of Salamis. The followers of Barnabas were ...
A STROLL AT THE LAKE PARK
I am taking you to the Salt Lake Park this morning. I arrived home from the mountains a while ago but the day is so beautiful that nothing can keep me indoors.
My sister drops me off at the starting point of the path by the road that goes to the airport. The other end of the trail extends as far as the old Roman aqueduct of 'Kamares' but I don’t plan ...
There were 6 different curry dishes on the list with that of the Prawns and curry sauce being the most expensive -10.50 euros. The cheapest is the Special curry (chicken, beef and shrimps) for 7.60.
Vegetable dishes are my favourite. The mushroom dish we had was a delight! -6.20.
Spinach with garlic is also amazing. -5.50.
Noodles are in 7 different variations at Taipei with ...
... a whole and occasionally by the Jews for the Greeks and Romans. Larnaca is colloquially known as "Skala" meaning "ladder" or "landing stage", referring to the town's status in history as an important port. Like most Cypriot cities, Kition belonged to the Persian or Achaemenid Empire. In 450 BC, the Athenian general Cimon, died at sea defending the city of Citium in a major battle with the Persians. On his deathbed, he urged his officers ...