Lordos Hotel Apartments
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Lovely drive with Geoff and Amanda to Lefkosia (Nikosia) where we crossed the Turkish border. We did some shopping and had a drink of fresh lemonade at one of the cafes in the Suk.
We then drove to the Mall for some lunch before heading to Lefkara, a small village in the mountains famous for their lace and silver.
We got home after six, got changed and went to dinner in the town of Lemesol at TGIF.
It's so much fun being with Geoff, Amanda and ...
Up early for an 8.30 start. A very good breakfast buffet. In a meeting until 2 when we stopped for some lunch. A buffet again but not so exciting.
In the afternoon, one of the Cypriots, Doros, drove Tony and me into and around Limassol. In many ways Limassol resembles a cross between Benidorm and Blackpool. A long strip of beach front bars and restaurants, few of which are that appealing, but they ...
... bathrobes, slippers and a range of Molton Brown toiletries….but still these are not all.
EXTRA PUMPERING: Guests on this wing can enjoy upgraded top quality services such as Private check-in, complimentary drinks and canapés every evening, Valet service for the unpacking of luggage, complimentary magazine and daily local English newspaper and a deluxe fruit basket replenished daily, and this stands for Bed linens as well.
In all, ...
... clientèle. Tourist arrivals from Visit Cyprus show’s that in 2012 the UK were the largest market with 959,459 arrivals followed by Russia, Germany, Greece and Sweden. Data shows that the CTO (Cyprus Tourism Organisation) aims to attract a global markets and attempts to supply tourists with an authentic experience. From researching the CTO’s website it is noticeable that the Cyprus is heavily marketing their tourism assets ...
... time is short thus flavours and nutrition of the food is preserved.
Chopsticks are the traditional method of eating in most Oriental restaurants, and food is normally served in bite sized pieces. However, the Seasons Oriental provides knives and forks for the less adventurous diner.
The culinary food we had was amazing so when I told Kenny the Head Chef of the Oriental that I loved his cuisine the next day when ...