Merit Crystal Cove
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... staying at Vavla which is in the hills between Nicosia and Larnaca. Have arranged to meet up next Tuesday and stay overnight with them, will give us a chance for a good old catch up. Think it could also be a trip to Mahmouts kebab house in Limassol which was a favourite place during our time out here looking after HM the Queens interests.
All in all a very pleasant ...
... for lunch and a read of the papers. John is on chilli making later and Sarah doing a cheesecake for pud, think there could also be a fruit cake on the cards as well.
As the sun was going down we set off for our old folks stroll around the village, wqtching the sun going down in the west, whilst looking east and seeing a thunderstorm out at sea. Quiet evening with radio 5 live on to catch up with the sport and then a ...
... so tempting and I had a bite. It was a marvel -a dish to be considered.
Cypriot wines are of excellent quality and we had the Aes Ampelis Rose (a Shiraz and Maratheftiko grape variety) served at €34.75 (per bottle) €9.00 (per glass).
Another exceptional wine from the indigenous Xynisteri grape is ‘Petritis’ probably the most interesting dry wine that Cyprus has to offer at the moment, the unique wine to ...
... in utter desolation, their owners gone after the hostilities that started with the Turkish invasion of 1974, followed by the separation in 1983. Some without a trace.
Smart buildings are crumbling down as if they were built of bread, the sun relentlessly parching cracks in the crust of the walls and sills. It is a sad sight. The Turkish section boasts the most beautiful buildings: for example the BŁyŁk Han caravanserai and the St. ...
... visitor sees here is a vast collection of everyday items from a forgotten era. The collection is rich and it is split in different rooms. This is where you will find the costumes of the people; the looms used to weave their fabrics; pottery; furniture –often beautifully carved and painted in bright colours; decorative baskets that were used for different things; Jewellery and other metal work including the most intricate filigree work. There are samples ...