The Mill Hotel
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I am staying at the Mill hotel, one of the hotels I have visited several times in the past.
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The Jewel of Kakopetria - Steady Value
I spent 4 amazing days in Kakopetria on my recent 3 week Business trip to Cyprus and I consider the Mill Hotel where I picked to stay, the landmark of the village …
... pretty drive along thro Kayalar and Sadrazamkoy and out to the furthest west point on the road at Cape Korucam. Apart from these villages, very little development and you really were in a remote area....we did find a couple of very small developments, looked nice but you would not want to forget to buy your milk when you went shopping as nowhere within 10 miles to buy anything. Stunning spot tho. At the end of this road we came upon a ramshackle restaurant so stopped for an ...
... old traditional stone-buildings in the narrow cobble-stone street give out a kind of mystery.
I feel as if I am walking through an out of this world spot of a fairy tale. There are so many reflections and shades all over, as if somebody has sprinkled gold dust on ...
... br> As I am taking you around the Old village through photos you will notice
that these houses are all built on huge stones. These stones were carried by the rivers, thousands of years ago. (The largest is the one I mentioned on the previous entry –the Stone of the Couple).
Irene's House is located right in the centre of the old and very popular neighborhood of 'Palia Kakopteria’.
THE VILLAGE: Kakopetria is both a poem and a painting. The village itself is like a beautiful painting with its ceramic coloured roofs of its old houses and its many orchards and poplars dressed in green, yellow or red.
LIVING-ROOM / KITCHEN: The ...