TripAdvisor Reviews Makris Hotel Kakopetria
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... really two meals! Home by 1:30pm, unpacked...John sorted the leak and Sarah made lunch of salami sandwiches with lovely fresh bread and salad accompanied by freshly squeezed orange juice. Afternoon spent admiring our garden, snoozing and reading! Usual evening stroll and then sat on the patio with a G&T as a sundowner. Lobely supper of which there was enough to feed 6 never mind us 2! Then just chilled reading and lisening to some music. Nice day.
The Olive Mill (Eliomylos) museum is housed in the yard of the Church of Sotiros a few metres from the (wine and bread) museum.
The Olive Press consists only of one room and again I came across it accidentally when I entered the courtyard of the church to light a candle.
... would stand-in for me. There were tears, hugging along with many questions. In vain I tried making them follow the lesson. They could not concentrate, so half an hour later I told them that it was the Joke of the Day and suddenly I saw happy faces with peals of laughter.
So enjoy the photos and mini-video clips of the festivities that took place out here.
... 8211;probably in the middle of the 19th century. There were Turkish bandits who travelled in groups, raiding and destroying places where valuables were to be found.
TIP: Taking photos in the interior of the Church is Strictly prohibited. You can spot the notice on the iconostasis. The permit I had however, allowed me to take several photos of the interior which I share with you.
... found on the second floor. Checking-in was smooth, swift and efficient and the ladies out there were very friendly like always. It is pleasant to be here the year round, either sitting by the fireplace or overlooking the mountain-view on the terrace. On this same floor there is a sauna as well, but it is available upon request.
LOCATION: Perched atop the river that runs through the village it enjoys the flowing river and overlooks the old village which is unique ...