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... peninsula). Never got to spot her though – guess I was just too late coming to Cyprus.
Spent a day in the Toodos mountain range and the wee villages nestled in the valleys. Quite high with Mt Olympos the highest point at 1951m. Lots of driving winding around the mountains and through the villages. Each village is noted for something – grows cherries, fruit trees, hazelnuts, aromatic rosewater, smoked ham (hiromeri), ...
Up early for an 8.30 start. A very good breakfast buffet. In a meeting until 2 when we stopped for some lunch. A buffet again but not so exciting.
In the afternoon, one of the Cypriots, Doros, drove Tony and me into and around Limassol. In many ways Limassol resembles a cross between Benidorm and Blackpool. A long strip of beach front bars and restaurants, few of which are that appealing, but they ...
... s Prime Seafood Restaurant
THE CYAN: (International & Mediterranean fusion cuisine).
THE GRILL ROOM: The journey of contemporary and gourmet dining assures to satisfy the most discerning taste palette.
TIP: Hotel guests of the Amathus and Four Seasons Hotel have joined forces and resources, and have gone a step further, offering the ‘DineAround’. A Gourmet experience excursion that is delicious, sophisticated ...
Then visited the Tomb of the Kings - no Kings buried there.
... colonizers established themselves here. The settlement also prospered under the Ptolemies and Romans. A pre-Christian cult of Apollo was active among the inhabitants of Kourion in Roman times, as evidenced by the nearby Sanctuary of Apollon Ylatis and, despite the disastrous earthquakes in the region, an early Christian basilica was built in the 5th century, testifying to the ongoing influence of Christianity on Kourion by this time.”