Pasianna Hotel Apartments
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... meal and fair price but just not as good as the Happy Valley restaurant. At just after 9pm we decided to stroll the 50mtrs to our favourite harbour haunt and partake of coffee and ice cream. By now things were getting busier and after an hour or so people watching it was getting a bit crowded. Took a stroll along the old harbour wall and then along to the Saturday night stalls selling lots of different items from jewellery, scarves, t shirts, books, hair braids etc. Nice ...
... paradise of gastronomic bliss -the choice is extensive that you could ever wish for.
A LA CART AT THE FONTANA: With friends we tried the a la carte menu of the Fontana this time. The salad that impressed me more was the Baked Goat Cheese Salad for €18.00. (Assorted Greens, Dry Figs and Cranberries, Walnuts & baked goat cheese served with balsamic & honey dressing). I can totally live on salads and I can say it was luscious. ...
... between the tables. The people who run the business are relatives and they do their best to meet the needs of the most demanding guest.
Service is impeccable and you get what you ordered surprisingly fast. Even a vegetarian can find something nice out here and finally I am glad that it still keeps its popularity and good standards. It serves as a Takeaway too.
Keep the good work up guys and thank you for making us feel ...
... br> The hotel is not that new but renovations have been made some years back. There is a free parking lot for those who come here by car but you might have to pay some extras if you want the air conditioning in summer. Have this cleared before booking to avoid possible misunderstandings because it is true that summers are really hot and you really need the air condition to be on.
Location: Situated in the heart of Larnaca you have all ...
... qualification exams were the reasons I kept postponing it. But I was thirty
years old already, I wasn’t getting any younger and realized that if I didn’t
take the trip now, I never would.
when I managed to save enough money, from working and a small but important
part from some cash my late-to-be grandfather gave me, I quitted my job and
broke free. I accepted the fact that no one of my friends would ...