Inside Bar Street

Published 18th of November, 2021

Distant Staircase

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I could see another staircase on the other side of the dance floor, so picked my way through the rubble to get to it.

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Toilet Sign

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The sign for the toilets didn't leave much to the imagination...

First Floor

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The staircase at the other end didn't have the same pong as the spiral one, so I used it to get to the first floor.

Thin Walls

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The first floor was in a similar state to the ground floor. One thing that surprised me though, was that there were no signs of anybody sleeping rough here. I recently blogged about the cliffs that run through Paphos. I found evidence then of people using the caves as temporary accommodation. Not here though.

Side Door

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The walls here were slightly more intact. The door handles had all been removed though.

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