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... night and I don't think any of us realised the extent of this until we got up to walk to the car... When we thought our night was over it was just beginning! The car ride home provided singing, laughs, videos and interesting conversations. When we got home Sue hit the Grey Goose and decided to put on a dancing show, Laura and I had gone to bed by this stage however Sue insisted we make an appearance downstairs so we came down for the show. Needless to say Sue spent Monday very ...
... br> WATCHTOWER
We both climbed up the observatory wooden watchtower, made ourselves comfortable and waited for the birds to show up.
The sun had already set behind Stavrovouni but at the other end, across and over the sea the sky's palette of colors was breathtaking. The horizon had a pinkish glow, and then suddenly ...
... ready to help me with adaptors and internet connection. The staff throughout my stay proved very helpful in any kind of inquiry.
It does not take you long to feel at home.
LOCATION: Perfectly located at the City center, 5 minute walk away from the most popular beach, in a quiet neighborhood close to Saint Lazarus Church, a minute walk from the Food Market and just 2 minutes to local shopping area. I love staying ...
... beach, enjoy strolls in the city and walk pathways I come across up in the mountains.
WORDS OF APOLOGY
Several friends ask me why I don't write my blogs while I am out travelling and I want to apologize for that. The reply is that I am on the computer the rest of the time, so when I am out I simply don't want to bother with this.
I do get on the computer ...
... in 350 B.C. but were crushed by the forces of Artaxerxes III. King Pnytagoras of Salamis later contributed support to Alexander the Great in his war with the Persians (4rd century). Then, when Alexander's successor, Ptolemy I, besieged Salamis, King Nicocreon (the last king of Salamis) committed suicide along with his family burning the palace down rather than surrendering. Salamis remained under Greek rule for the following two centuries.
After the conquest ...