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On our first outing we cruised in our hired wheels down the coast from Paphos to Limassol and past Lanarka to Fig Tree Bay. She was a blowy day so although we wore considerably less than a usual London day we still needed light cardigans. Easter is a big holiday here so at roundabouts and intersections everywhere were giant Easter eggs and bunnies. Unfortunately they were not made of chocolate (I ...
A street in hilly Lefkara. Not much traffic despite the fact that the village is supposed to be a touristy spot, famous for its lace and silverwork. So there is no reason why you wouldn't sit down in the street. But why are the chairs I see outside always empty?
9 June ...
... 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 ...
... of a bottle of champagne and a bowl of seasonal fruit as a treat the
BATHROOM: The bathroom was simple and modern with plenty of towels, fresh flowers, and a full set of complimentary toiletries.
POOL/KIDS AREA: The outside area is not the same any more. The pool has been extended,
stretching now across the frontage above the secluded shore-line, while the indoor pool is also a nice ...
... St Andrew's pedestrian street. Andy had chicken kabobs while I had the meatballs. They were good but very salty and nothing special. The 2 slices of beets that was included was a nice change of vegetable. The local beer, Keo, was very good and came in very large bottles - 630 ml - almost the size of 2 beer back home. They only cost 4 Euros.
For the afternoon, we napped and then played geyser again (and again John and Andy won one and ...