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... Paphos... And saw where Aphrodite's rock is situated... We will go back and look at that properly later. We drove straight to Kriton's Dad's apartment for a light meal of fresh cut fruit, bread, olives, haloumi, and the most amazing feta cheese I've ever tasted! What a way to be introduced to Cypriot cuisine .... Delicious! Feta and sliced watermelon is a marriage made ...
Ah, cobble stones (you know how I feel about footings), seaside, roads, infrastructure and long lunches...welcome to civilisation...welcome to Paphos, Cyprus! Now don't get me wrong I enjoy as much as the next person some cheap brightly colored ceramics and some blingy tinny bangles but it becomes a little tedious and the lack of appropriate supermarkets also becomes frustrating in an Arab country, so imagine my delight at entering the EU! Plus I known I can buy a glass of rosť at ...
... steps I find myself climbing. You see, for a few Jordanian Diner payed to the Bedouin handler you can climb aboard the strong little sure footed donkey, sit yourself on the dirty dusty stinking blanket that covers the back of said donkey and balance there without stirrup or reins, as it then receives a strike on the rump by the handler and it begins it's climb up the stairs at a bone jarring pace not missing a beat. This is great for those astride ...
During my Easter break I spent a week at home in England and a week near Paphos in Cyprus. My week in England was great fun - I had the chance to relax, see all my family and catch up with some old friends. This year has been hard for me - although I don't live at home any more even in England, being in another country means I've missed my family even more than normal! I went to one of my brother's rugby games - I have never seen him play so it was great to see how good he is! I ...
... procession and flag waving.
The EOKA Group 1955
The word stands for (Ethniki Organosi tou Kypriakou Agona). It was a Revolutionary Organization that fought British colonial occupation. Kakopetria together with other villages in the Troodos Mountain were a hideout during the anti-British campaigns.
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This hotel was lovely but it has and old wing and a new wing. If you want a 5star room you have to make sure you ask for the new wing which have stunning rooms with large bathrooms that have a bath with shower and separate shower (great when you have kids). The rooms are all done in dark brown wood and white/cream walls. The old wing has very old type rooms which need to be re-decorated and have small bathrooms. Not what you would class a 5*. Also, you must ask for sea view as the other rooms face a main road and the carpark. We upgraded when we arrived and paid approx. £300 extra, which if we upgraded before we went we estimated it would be approx £600! but beware that it is not peak time or they might be full.
We have recently returned from a week long stay at the Azia Beah Hotel in Cyprus, and I cannot praise it highly enough. I was slightly concerned about the place after some of the reviews posted here, but they seem to be referring to a different hotel!
We had high expectations to this hotel, especially after having checked also their own homepage, which has a very good layout and looked like a proper 5star hotel. We were looking forward to a nice luxurious break. But reality was completey different.
We went in May 05. Not quite the 5 star we expected and have experienced in other cyprus 5 star hotels. Rooms were clean and spacious but lacked the comfort of a quality hotel. Staff were rude and often surly and breakfast was a sham, far too cramped to cater for the number of guests. Best staff were the pool waiters. Hotel grounds could do with some maintenance , so early in the holiday season it seemed a shame the grounds appeared so 'worn out'. Good location though, sea views were fantastic, surrounding area being improved with great pathways along the coast, also some great little bars and good restaurants very close by. In all a good quality 4 star but not a five.
This was our 2nd visit to the Azia Hotel. Although the decor was slightly tired we understand from other reviews that refurbishments have taken place. The staff were attentive and friendly, the view from the room was great (ask for an upper floor room overlooking the sea/ pool). Entertainment varied. One night there was an awful "disco" taking us through the decades. The best entertainment was the cabaret night and the early evening pianist / violinst music in the foyer was a nice touch.
I first checked into one of their "old rooms", it was small, & unclean. I requested a new room as soon as we arrived. They would not give us one. Being a wedding couple we were expecting the full works. Only after speaking with our rep did wwe get a new room. - much the same but still no upgrade. We could only dine after the bus loads oof germans had eaten all the food & were left waiting while they re stocked in the buffet.
We stayed at this hotel at the end of March 2005, which covered the Easter period. Compared to the other 5* hotels in the area this one seemed very reasonably priced, but of course you pay for what you get. I would rate this as a 4* hotel.
We went to Paphos in September 2004, we have a little girl of 2 and we had a great holiday at the Azia Beach, the childrens club wasn't actually open to leave the children as it was out of season but you could still use all the facilities, the childrens pool was great with plently of sun loungers located near by so you can keep an eye on the children.
Entertainment was good some nights better than others, food was also very good.
The only down side of the hotel was its location is was slightly isolated, however the bus stop was opposite the hotel running in to Coral Bay or Paphos very regularly.
There are 3 or 4 very nice restuarants within walking distance of the hotel and an English bar (which if you like football shows most matches).
we stayed at the azia beach hotel in may 2004. what a wonderful hotel. truly 5 star in decor, staff, ammenities and positon. A full 6km from paphos it is located in a quiet position just off the main road.
The hotel is immaculate in every sence, the food is very good and the service faultless. I could not reccomend it enough.