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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 ...
... take the cuisine to another level so the restaurants are popular with locals as well.
DINE AROUND: The idea of guests dining around makes the Gourmet restaurants so popular that you have to book a day earlier to find a table so have this is mind. This idea is totally new and gives guests the opportunity to enjoy the cuisine of 5 different Award-winning restaurants, with 3-course menu that includes a choice of starter, main dish and dessert out of the à la carte ...
... thumbing and palming. The therapy is performed fully clothed on a mat on the floor and the therapist uses no oil but simply his own strength and expertise. The result was unbelievable!
IN ALL: I was impressed with the astounding service, the lovely food, the comfortable and
well-designed rooms and the well-trained professional staff.
The stay was exceptional only because these people made me feel like home. ...
... of pork….it is heavenly! Lamp is staffed with halloumi cheese, a herb crust top, accompanied by creamy mint sauce. The delicious pork scaloppini was stuffed with dry fruit, cottage cheese and pistachio nuts. Count this in…it is a must!
A glass of “Thalassitis 2011” perfectly accompanies dessert. -A bone-dry wine with delicate honeysuckle aroma and a crisp mineral finish. (6.50 -24 the bottle).