Arsinoe Beach Hotel
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We write an entry every day. But because of sporadic internet coverage it might not appear in a timely fashion. You may see no new postings for a day or two. But then blogs for 2 or 3 days may appear at one time. Today is a sea day. We are somewhere between Crete and Israel. The closest land is probably Cyprus. Tomorrow we dock in Ashdod, Israel. We met with Israeli immigration officials this morning and have been cleared to enter their country. We have no tour planned for ...
... with activities, but I had no idea that upon arrival children are welcomed with a bright (souvenir) an Amathus backpack filled with surprises which I can’t tell since they are a surprise anyway!
THE BEACH: There’s a second sandy beach option for guests to enjoy, besides the main seafront area, a new sandy cove along the beatuful Limanaki Restaurant.
THE SPA: Have in mind that the Amathus Spa –a ...
... colours of the sunset, whereas every table enjoys an alluring view of the sea.
Incidentally I was here for a Business Lunch the next day anyway and the picture was very different of course. I long to experience all this on a coming trip and have the opportunity to have a proper meal under the stars watching the sunset.
Our lunch was taken indoors as it was a bit windy that day but that was not a problem as the design of ...
... spread out, indoors and on the veranda. Spacious with a king-size bed, offering an additional touch of luxury and the amenities are tailored to the needs of today’s travelers.
The amazing with this suite was the remarkably large furnished balcony with a private outdoor
Jacuzzi. It was so spacious that it could easily fit a small rotunda table with its chairs, plus two summer lounges.
I had a ...
I am to meet Toulla today –a new TravelPod member.
She has come across my Guides several months back and ever since she follows me on the net. She is my guest today to share lunch with me, at a nice Italian Restaurant called "Artima Bistro".
She claims that my Guides and writing travel her. She is Cypriot but she used to live in the United States for many years.
Below I give a brief review of the ...