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
... could see only terraces. I was mostly out however, so this was not a problem. For me it functions only to light up the room.
Coffee/tea facilities are provided and I had a treat of two pieces of cake and a bottle of water. TV with local and satellite channels was functioning well and there was also a mini fridge and a hairdryer.
BATHROOM: Surprisingly the bathroom was big with a bath tub. It had a high ceiling and much light. Toiletries included a ...
The buildings which have been restored, date back to the end of the 18th century and are typical examples of traditional Cypriot urban architecture.
The main Tourist Information Centre is also out here where walking tours around the city centre start on Mondays, Thursdays 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.
... attach those green pieces of cloth on the iron bar.”
“But nowadays it is only Turkish Cypriots who come there, I suppose”. She nods with a sad face.
“What do you think about this separation?” I have been asking this quite a few times the past days, as did a German journalist I talked to. Strange enough we got opposite answers. The German said people were quite outspoken in their ...