Flamingo Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... It is a family tavern one of the most popular in Larnaca. Prices are reasonable and the food is excellent.
The second one is To Sieradiko and you will be thrilled not only with the food but the interior as well. You can mention my name in both if you wish. It is on the road that leads to St. Lazarus Church from the beach. Natalie will be more than helpful to guide you if you only ask her.
IN ALL: My stay was ...
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... studious research, I found and recommend Art Cafe 1900 and Militzis. I had one of the best lamb dishes (outside of lamb chops) ever. The problem with lamb (particularly in the Mediterranean) is that is either stewed to be like pot roast or grilled on kebabs until dry. This dish, however, was cooked in the oven with spinach and onions and the slathered lamb remained juicy and pink.
As for nightlife, it wasn't great, but better than ...
... brand new however there was no shower plastic cap and only one tube of shampoo and shower gel. I guess somebody who needs one or two extras can ask the ladies at the housekeeping. I still believe though that for the hotel’s standards toiletries are few.
Breakfast: The bright breakfast lounge opposite the lifts on the mezzanine was huge but one half of the space was vacant -I am sure it is used for different other occasions. It was nice though ...
... holiday destination,
and it is full of British. I didn’t mind hanging out with the British and being
pretty much the only Aussie on the island. Photis had rented a villa, complete
with swimming pool, and it was defiantly going to be a crazy week. My first
night set the tone when we went to Ayia Napa, which was infested with British,
Swedish, and Russian tourists. The boozy night had an angry MC who took issue
with me being on 'his’ dancing ...