Sun Hall Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... oh dear, the rain had certainly filled the stream up. It was either turn back or wet feet. With only 1/2 mile to go and the clouds growing darker it was wet feet so we waded thro. A short uphill leg and then we were back home....rain just starting again. It was 3:30pm, time for a warm shower, tea and cake. Great walk of around 12 miles and despite the weather we never got soaked thro, apart from the feet at the end.
Rest of the ...
A street in hilly Lefkara. Not much traffic despite the fact that the village is supposed to be a touristy spot, famous for its lace and silverwork. So there is no reason why you wouldn't sit down in the street. But why are the chairs I see outside always empty?
9 June ...
... Sunday, the town was pretty quiet; many shops and sights were closed.
We departed at 1:43 and drove 17 minutes back to the E-Hotel, where we chowed down on the lunch buffet. Our booking included all three meals per day. Went outside after lunch to relax by the pool in the glorious 75º sunshine.
Up to the room for a bit, then left E-Hotel at 3:35 and drive back into town. We passed several strange signs warning us of "Pelican ...
… grill you about your dreams and competitively ask about the craziest thing
you’ve ever done. Tell him. And know that he’ll probably win. And if by chance
you win, know that his next lot in life will be to out do you. But then he’ll
say, “Maybe we can do it together.”
the boy who talks of distant places and whose hands have explored the stone
relics of ancient civilizations and whose mind has imagined those ...
... specialties, starting from the cheapest in the list which is the Cypriot coffee at 2.50 euros. The coffee specialties start from 4.70 with the Espresso Caramel for instance, while the most expensive ones are at 6.80 euros (Espresso, vodka, cointreau and fresh cream, or the Irish coffee, the Mexican, the Royal and Ottavio. The latter is filter coffee with amaretto and fresh cream.
The Cappuccino Milkshake is at 5.65 ...