Le Meridien Limassol Spa and Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... ago. A renovator’s paradise!!!!! ( But no renovators in sight.) And cafes with food half the price of the flashy ones on the sea front. An interesting place to wander.
For my friend Alastair. I found the Personality Pub. Met the owner, bought a beer and had a chat. I can assure you nothing has changed from when you were here 10 years ago, and nothing will for the next 10. He said to say "hi" and pass on his regards to you ...
... scrambling, the Russian cabbie’s screaming and Amber has no idea where to look. Finally, I find the switch and our Cypriot adventure can begin in peace.
Over the next week and a half we travel the east coast, the west coast, the north coast and the south coast to sample everything this magic island has to offer.
In the east, we popped in on Agia Napa which is a heady combo of Miami Beach and the Gold Coast but Cape Greco and the Blue Lagoon offer ...
... hospitality. There is no doubt that those visiting for a first time will be back and for us who are repeaters we know well what this feeling means. You arrive as a guest, stay as a friend, and by the time you leave it feels like leaving behind a family. The overall levels of service was beyond excellent as always.
AMBIENCE: The atmosphere throughout the premises was second to none. Elegant and classy with marble columns, with no limit to luxury out here. ...
... different tourism themes in Cyprus and how the expectations of Cyprus before visiting differs to afterwards. Comparing the pre study visit blog to this one it shows that the expectations were different in many ways, by visiting Cyprus I can relate the first hand opinion to the facts. Although Cyprus differed from expectation there are still a lot of positive thing to take away from the country. Although the country is still heavily reliant upon the mass tourism ...
... friendly. The goods in the shops were very competitive in prices and of course, I had to buy the obligatory leather bag, as well and some leather belts for Ivor at an enormous cost of 2 euros each!
We had opted not to go on a trip and walked through the town, along the front and just lazed about. We only took four photos, as ...