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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... washing issues because you could get blasted with freezing water if you got it wrong; LEDs, buttons, taps, levers, pull-out taps, push-in taps, multiple shower heads with multiple sprays, variable force fields, pre-sets, side sprays ...the list is endless and a new configuration had to be learnt every day. Gripe number five was the few times we had a hot tub or jacuzzi - well on the first two occasions i had to give up the notion of soaking in ...
... would leave the key under the mat. (fingers crossed...again) We had paid for the room via PayPal which we had used in securing previous stays. After finding a parking spot, lugging the luggage over huge cobblestones, down narrow alleys and then up three flights of stairs (no elevator), we found our condo. Luckily the key was there, and after hesitantly opening up the door, we were pleasantly ...
... so tempting and I had a bite. It was a marvel -a dish to be considered.
Cypriot wines are of excellent quality and we had the Aes Ampelis Rose (a Shiraz and Maratheftiko grape variety) served at €34.75 (per bottle) €9.00 (per glass).
Another exceptional wine from the indigenous Xynisteri grape is ‘Petritis’ probably the most interesting dry wine that Cyprus has to offer at the moment, the unique wine to ...
... Cyprus -20th July 1974 - when they kicked the Greeks out of the northern part of the Island. Not sure if celebration is the right word - commemoration is probably better! Thank goodness the hotel has installed wifi - it's not the whole hotel but the beach bar area is quite Ok with us. So many people have electronic devises and clearly the kids would have a hissy fit if they arrived and found they couldn't access the outside ...
... which house, there are no entrance doors near the chairs. Yesterday I experienced something similar in Lefkosia on the other side of the demarkation line. Three youngsters were having drinks at a table on the pavement, but all around them the buildings were shut tight. Where did those drinks come from? And why were they there in this empty space? Happy hour in ...