Bella View Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... looking for the bar which was in the previous hotel; looking for the lift, sorry elevator when there wasnt one; asking for Penny on Concierge when she worked at the previous place but that was about it. Strangely the In-room safe workings were identical in every room apart from one which had a huge and heavy key that you were forced to drag around with you.
hardly any regrets at all. Just a few - didn't see one bear
... Mediterranean. As we walked the narrow one way cobblestone street town we found that we were the only people out that night. We finally discovered the restaurant tucked away, but exactly where Trip Advisor said it would be. In the next few hours, we had an amazing dining experience. The family run restaurant was open and we were going to be their only customers for the evening. Dalan and ...
... and overlooks the water dam you see in my two photos.
We woke up from the singing of birds and the bright sun that filled our sitting room. We got out of bed and went outside.
Honestly we did not want to leave and return to Larnaca but we did stay till noon.
Not even bothered to cook anything that day, we just bought "Kleftiko" from a popular tavern in Larnaca and brought it home and had lunch with Mum.
... at least two previous occasions to our knowledge - obviously life at home in Turkey with the wife isn't all it's cracked up to be - but he has passed on his expertise to a new young waiter for us whose name is Bakir (I think). First night on arrival we met up with Hassan (the owner) and it wasn't too long before he and David were swapping surgery stories although not quite comparing scars. So it's the end of only our second day and we're missing UK so much - ha NOT - ha! ...
... turned Selimiye mosque. But it looks like its number of abandoned houses is larger than in Lefkosía, as the Greek-Cypriots call their half.
There is no statuette, no plaque or sign that tells something about this site, and the few passers by are of little help.
"Sorry, no English".
“I don't know”. Surprise in his face.
“It is for ritual”. “Yes, but what kind of ritual?” “I ...