Mercure Cyprus Casino Resort
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It was a long day going from Muscat to Larnaca (Cyprus). I caught the bus back to Dubai at 3pm; then, after arriving in Dubai at 10, the metro to the airport; then waited for my flight which left at 6.30am. A long wait, but just not worth getting accommodation in Dubai. I arrived in Larnaca about 11 after an in-transit stop in Doha for 1.5 hours. (with a time difference of an hour). Then a bus into the city, found accommodation, had an early ...
Weds 3rd June - Market day this morning, so after getting showered we set off. Decided we were still pretty full from last nights supper so gave breakfast a miss. We can pick up something in the market if anyone begins to feel hungry. Weather seems to have got warmer overnight and definately more humid in the early hours, but on looking outside there are clouds in the sky.....will we get rain, who knows. Checked our salad crops this morning and ...
... is an excellent quality of beef and the tenderness of the meat without adding much other than sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. This is exactly how steaks are prepared here and are deliciously tender.
Both steaks I tried were super wow!
The Steak Dianna Fillet in a sauce with onions, mushrooms, fresh cream and flambé with cognac was ambrosial. The restaurant uses the best cuts of prime beef, and I had ...
... of course go ahead. We sat outside under the umbrellas, bougainvillea and grape vine....lovely cool breeze and shade. Sunday lunch was available or the normal menu or bar snacks. We settled for a chicken tika wrap each plus a plate of chips. As we waited for our lunch tables began filling up with other diners. Today in North Cyprus is Mothers day so Riaz went the extra mile and put a rose on each table. Our wraps were lovely and just what we needed. We lingered for 2 hours chatting ...
... original road which hugged the shoreline all the way....very narrow but much more interesting than racing along at 60mph. Watched a young lad bringing cows home and stopped off at a beach...collected a few pebbles but no sunbathing or swimming...it was warm but a stiff breeze blowing. Carried on along the old road for a good few miles before we decided to head back home for tea and biscuits.