Bella View Boutique Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Dear Emre and Kerem,
I made a habit of stopping by old, very old, religious sites and this is one of them. A monk from Anatolia came to Northern Cyprus and built this monastery in the 12. century and dedicated it to Mary, Jesus' mom. It's fairly well-preserved with orchards around it. It really secluded up in the mountains. The monks, after completing their training here, would go all of the region to teach the word. ...
... 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
... an amazing combination of Mediterranean dishes that I could never pronounce. They would bring one plate out after another after another and all for a very small price. We asked them to join us and they did even thought they could not speak English it was a wonderful experience.
After our time was up in Cyprus, we turned in our old Nissan and hopped back into the same Van that had brought ...
... Lamb Rack with Mustard Sauce. This dish is served on baked vegetables with herbed potatoes for the price of €33.00. An exceptional dish that meat lovers will adore it.
THE PERGOLA RESTAURANT: The popular poolside bistro summer restaurant "Pergola" prides for its exquisite a la carte dishes. I have dined here a couple of times. If you visit the Hilton in the summer I urge you to dine here even for once….the experience will be memorable!
... latch. Least you read Turkish.
“During the Ottoman siege of 1570 a Greek commander was killed on that very spot. So it became a place where the Greeks paid homage to the Greeks who lost their lives in that battle. (N: Nicosia was under Venetian rule at that time). Later it became the spot where people came to ask for a favour, make a wish, like getting money. I mean everyone, Greek and Turkish alike. They burn candles, ...