Frangiorgio Hotel Apartments
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... Mycenaean Greeks, Phoenicians, Assyrians, Franks, Venetians, Ottomans and British). The sites include the church of St Lazarus. Kition (Larnaca’s previous name – 13th Century BC) was the second home of Jesus’ friend Lazarus and he lived here for 30 years. His tomb is under the sanctuary but it is empty!!!! Nice church built in the Byzantine era (9th century) but restored many times so now has a ...
... village of Kakopetria. If you have not as yet been here, I am sure you will want to visit after reading my short report and seeing the beautiful photos that I plan taking out here.
A few days before flying back to Greece I plan to have a day trip to Ayia Napa the very touristy resort, everyone knows about for its beautiful sandy beaches and nightlife.
So, come along to unfold together the pages of this ...
... language when booking the car through Holiday Autos, but figured pre-paying for the entire tank of fuel was optional, not mandatory. I’m surprised it’s legal to force somebody to pre-pay for an entire tank of fuel. Thankfully Mom and I are spending a week on Cyprus and will be driving around the entire island, so we’ll almost certainly use the entire tank of fuel. But what if we had rented the car only for a few days for local driving? ...
... and bring you accordingly. You see, the small plates keep coming and the food is lots!
We accompanied our meal with a bottle of the house’s dry red wine for 13.50 euros.
Some of the different plates we had were tzatziki, kebab, sheftalia, snails, oven cooked black olives and eggs (I had them in my life for the first time) halloumi cheese,fried courgette, several green salads, humus, staffed with cheese red capsicum, pasta, ...
... to call it a night. Drunk Swede still seemed interested however, so
George and Boon invited them all back to the Villa. I wasn’t thrilled with the
idea, given that I knew these girls were wasting our time. By now the sun had
come up and we decided that an early morning swim in the Mediterranean might be
a good idea. Roland had woken up and was somehow doing a good job of cheering
up grumpy Swede (my efforts had no effect whatsoever).