Azia Club & Spa Hotel at the Azia Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and I need to state right from the beginning that the hotel is handicapped friendly as well. If you are after peace and quiet don't bother to read further down. This is definitely not the place for you. If on the other hand you are after nonstop entertainment, good food and truly want to have fun and memorable holidays, this is the place to be, so go on reading….
ATMOSPHERE: The brand new building is fantastic. Bright and ...
PART #2 -ADONIS Nature Trail.
After about two hours of walking we come to a plateau where the Nature Trail of Smigies connects with the Aphrodite Trail.
We come across a faucet and make a stop.
A cute little doggie has been following the group ever since they left ...
... I need some company, perhaps if I am lucky I can join a group from the hotel.
While in the room just after breakfast and getting ready for my morning stroll my eye catches a group of Austrians leaving the hotel grounds. I set off 10 minutes later and incidentally catch them up right by the entrance of the trail ...
ADONIS (Circular) Natural Trail
The trail throughout offers beautiful views of Polis Chrysochous, the Paphos Forest and the Akamas peninsula.
After the Tai Chi session and the long break we had, we are ready to set off, this time following the Aphrodite Path.
We walk steadily onwards and around the mountain, while at several spots ...
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 ...