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... in a way and need to be put right.
I am not going to comment on the stay at this point, but I did have the opportunity to visit the premises twice during my recent stay in Limassol and I also had a Business Lunch here, so the comments are on the general outlook.
LOCATION: Superb, the beach is outstanding, the location makes it a great base for exploring the island as well.
THE NEW LOOK: The entire accommodation ...
... cooking technique, and the healthiest. As for stir-frying, which I consider an art form, the Cantonese are the acknowledged experts and they believe every stir-fry must exude a taste and aroma that comes from having wok hay or "wok breath".
The Menu List is long and I was lost for a minute not having an idea what to have. The Seasons Oriental Head Chef Kenny Keung helped me as always a lot and I am grateful. Remember, I am here to taste and comment on of the ...
... one can ask for. There is a nice interior pool and gym room equipped with the latest facilities.
Guests are not necessarily people who stay in the hotel but locals who are members and come to exercise, meet their friends and have fun here as well.
I let the reception know where they can find me and I try to have the most out of this stay by spoiling and pampering myself daily.
... of interest in the round area.
Tourists who want to visit Kalavassos by bus can find information through the link below. http://www.cyprusbybus.com/RouteDetails .aspx?id=143
The other alternative is to get the InterCityBus and get off at the Bus Station of Kofinou (Chirokitia) and from that point get the rural bus for the village or get a taxi. www.intercity-buses.com
Nicosia lies directly at the border of the Greek and the Turkish part of Cyprus and you can cross the border in the middle of the old town.
Funny enough you don't get a stamp in your passport, but a little paper which is supposed to be a Visa, because really the other side is not Turkey at all... Well only Turkey and a handful of other countries officially recognise the northern part ...