Jasmine Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free parking
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... So we'll probably strike out on our own again. If you've been watching the news lately you'll see that Israel is one of the world's hot spots right now. Before this trip is over we'll be in a few other hot spots. We'll talk more about those later. No problems are expected. But we will be vigilant nevertheless. As for the rest of today we will be lounging by the pools, having Happy Hour, taking dinner and enjoying a show later in the evening. Here are some views of the ship to ...
... flight ! And thought chocolate crisps and fizzy drink were ok - which only heightened their quiet calm behaviour !! Anyway - have some wonderful photos to keep a lovely record . Never be sad it's over , be happy it happened. It could not have gone off better and as say farewell to Cyprus and think of Sadie and Miles Sillett starting their honeymoon week and heading to married life I wish them happiness and good times ...
... all the instructions to take them out. Every tube and bottle had to be tested separately and those that were oversized were confiscated after much argument. It all took about 15 minutes. I was just unlucky and had to wait. My random test took about 30 seconds.
The lounge was busy as usual but, as it was early there were some decent breakfast rolls, juice and fruit. When I got into the lounge there was no gate up for my flight but I had barely sat down before a ...
Arrive at Limassol, Cyprus. We did the Pafos tour. Drove south to Pafos, there is a very large site of ruins with some magnificent mosaics.
Arrived at Ancient Kourion at 3:08. Admission was 4.50 euros ($6.08) each. We spent almost two hours at this archaeology site. View my Runkeeper log from our walk around Ancient Kourion.
“Ancient Kourion was most likely founded in Neolithic times because of its strategic position high on a bluff overlooking the sea,” according to Lonely Planet. “It became a permanent settlement in about the [negative] 13th century, ...