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... one could help. Quite ****** at this stage. No suitcase. Jammed iPod. Broken charger. Had a brainwave. Connected my iPhone onto wifi and googled the problem. iPad not responding to touch. Apparently a common problem. Got a solution to problem. Just repress he home button and off button for 10 sec till apple sign appears and then release. So I was in business again. Easy peasy. One problem solved. Went to dinner and not long after suitcase arrived. So was ...
... the text above (and that may include native speakers; my Japanese is not very good) I aim to make a short, daily post in Japanese and English to document my trip and improve my skills. Now this blog may fail, but I may as well give it the old college try... you have to start somewhere if you want to make a change in life. Anyway that will be all for now. Hopefully this blog and your interest in it will ...
... and the way from there to Kyrenia.
Would never rent a car at AVIS CYPRUS again. You get it with fuel and they tell you to bring it back as empty as possible, but no matter if it is still half full you do not get back one cent....
Did not see anything of a crisis.
Cyprus is not a cheap place.
Glad that I was here, but do not have the intention to come ...
... narrow, cobbled streets of the village. Women here traditionally weave lace while the men traditionally weave silver wire into exquisite jewellery and silver objects. Usually the women sit outside their shops or homes making their lace and beckoning passerby's into their shops to buy. Today was hot, and there weren't many women outside.
One woman who was outside was Maria. We stopped to talk to her and discovered she has a cousin who lives in ...
... and nuts from a stall in a square. We were intrigued by rows of long, knotty, candle-like sweets hanging from the awning and stacked on the table. Through broken English and lots of gesturing, we discovered they were a Cyprus speciality called soushoukou (Google helped us later get the name right) - strings of almonds dipped like candlesticks in a vat of grape molasses and rose water. We have been munching on a stick of it throughout the day...and will probably go back for some more ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Grecian Sands Hotel Ayia Napa
We returned to this hotel to celebrate our second Wedding Anniversary. We were married at the Hotel on 19.10.04. Most of the staff are the same, and found them very pleasant, rooms are very comfortable, pool is great , they have just opened an indoor pool too with jacuzzi.
We requested the same room we had for our wedding via e-mail, although they said they couldn't guarantee it we were pleasantly surprised to find they not only allocated us the same room but left fresh fruit and a bottle of wine too, which was a nice touch.
Hope to return again in the future !
Another review and another "excellent" rating. Just got back having been married and it was perfect. Clean, great food, friendly staff and in a fantastic location.
Bec and roys wedding
myself and now husband stayed at this hotel for two weeks and enjoyed every minute of it . we stayed half board ,the food was fab, the staff were great .the rooms were clean and tidy everyday clean towels everyday, and most of all we got married there . everything went just perfect. the ceromony ,the reception. everything. the photo's are great. there are some great vievs.
we only got back yesterday and already we are looking to book again. i would recommend this hotel to anyone.
What can I say!!! Me and my new husband were married at this hotel on august 4th 2006. It was absolutely fantastic, everything was far better than I had hoped for!!! Angeline the hotel hairdresser was fantastic the hotel staff couldnt do enough for us and because we were getting married we had free champagne, free champagne breakfast, free candlelit dinner, fruit and flowers it was great!! the maids had our room spotless everyday and the housekeeper took my dress and my husbands suit away to be steam cleaned and it onl cost us around 6 cypriot pounds!!! The only thing I didnt like was the fact that there was more than one wedding the day we got married, but this was easily fixed. The beach restaurant next to Grecian Sands is absolutely gorgeous the food is to perfection, so we asked the owner Debbie could she do a reception for us. She was delighted and did everything for us, covered the chairs balloons, DJ and food. it was absolutely amazing, I would reccommend anyone planning to go to cyprus to get married to go to Grecian Sands then to Maistralii Beach Restaurant-ask for debbie or Wana-shes a great girl!!! We also got a horse and carriage it was an absolute dream!! Wish I was doing it all again!!! Any more questions regarding weddings please e-mail me!!
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Grecian Sands for a week in July. The location of the hotel is perfect for a quieter holiday, whilst central Ayia Napa is only a 10/15 minute stroll away. The hotel is located on the sea front and has its own 'beach' which is on a raised level with quite rocky sand. The real beach is down several wooden steps.
We return from our wedding/honeymoon at Grecian Sands on 21st May 2006 and were sad to leave. We had a brilliant stay at the Grecian Sands. The hotel planned all our wedding requirements and everything run smoothly. They were superb.
my husband and i got married at the grecian sands chaple sept 2004 and had a very memarable day and evening 16 guest come with us and we all had a fantastic time the hotel staff we realy helfull we returned for a 2wk holl sept 2005 and plan to return 2006
Me and my boyfriend stayed at the Grecian Sands for 14 nights after doing extensive reading of reviews on hotels in Ayia Napa, and after reading this one was one of the best, it was indeed. It definitely deserves its 4 star rating. Ive stayed in 5 star hotels before and this was just as good.
Me and my boyfriend stayed at this hotel for 2 weeks last July. I found the grecian sands to be a lovely hotel. It is situated right beside it's own private beach. The rooms were perfect, air conditioned and very clean. Maid service every day, clean towels every day. The swimming pool is huge so even when it's busy you don't realise it. The hotel provide free towels to use by the pool too. You have to grab one of these quite quickly as they tend to disappear quickly! Most of the sunbeds come with a parasol which is a must in the very hot summer months. We did not eat in the hotel as we preferred to go out in the evening however the restaurant looked very nice. We did eat in the pool bar and found it was perfect for snacks and lunches. The grecian sands also caters for weddings and has a small chapel within the grounds. For anyone getting married there it looked lovely.
Nice hotel in a great location
My husband and I have stayed at the Grecian Sands twice and have booked again for Sept 2005. This is a good hotel but what makes us return is its location. It is right on a lovely beach where you can walk all the way to Ayia Napa harbour. Right next to the hotel is a decent restaurant which serves a good selection of lunches and relatively cheap drinks.
The hotel is about 1.5km from the centre of Ayia Napa (approx 20 min walk) but there are some good bars and restaurants within a 5-10 minute walk.
The hotel itself has clean comfortable rooms and a nice bar. The poolside bar has poor service but the food is quite good if you can put up with the wait to get served. The buffet continental breakfast has a good variety of food.