London Beach Country Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We would both like to say a huge "thank you" to all the people we met of different nationalities along the way who offered friendship, help and hospitality to us. We felt part of a united Europe and World.
I (Steve) would like to thank Jilly ...
... light lunch. They delivered a Greek mezze sharing platter which looked and sounded better than it was. The kofta were lovely, dolmades were OK but the two hummus offerings, one with carrot and orange....yuk and the other with beetroot and walnut were clearly nothing to do with Greece but were pretentious gastro at its worst. Flat bread was yummy and so ...
... were made up of old tombstones. It was interesting to read the names and the years of birth and death although the children's section was really quite sad. I kept running my fingers over the walls where people had engraved their initials, some as long back as 1600's. It was surreal to think that someone touched that very stone so many years ago. Inside the cathedral the roof was high and intricately designed. There were some elaborate tombstones however the ...
... so we headed for the lounge to gather for a 9:15 departure when Alistair realised that he had not picked up the tickets, so had to rush back down 3 decks and then rush up, not quite so quickly. Clearly, his fitness levels are being maintained as he still got into the lounge before several others. The coach took us on a brief tour of Palma, where we were amazed at the luxury yachts in the marina; jumped off the coach for a quick photoshoot of the cathedral; then headed for the hills. ...
... taking that special lady out for a meal at what was voted the word's top restaurant in 2005 will cost you a minimum of £810 or NZ$1,620.
MInd you, you don't get snail porridge just anywhere, or Salmon poached in a licorice gel either.
As my inside contact says, she would have to be a ...