Roman II Boutique Hotel
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Paphos itself has proved to be something of a pleasant surprise. I can imagine that at the height of the tourist season it has, shall we say, a mixed clientele but at this time of the year it is mostly a destination for amiable pensioners (so obviously I fit in well). It also has a lovely harbour, an attractive locals-dominated old town and a fine array of archeological sights, including the Mediterranean's best preserved Roman mosaics, which ...
I have had so many strolls, spent hours of swimming and endless time watching the sea at this spot that I know so well every angle of the cove.
While writing this, I have all these sounds real in my ears and honestly it is right here that I wish to start or finish my summer holidays next ...
Capturing Natural Beauty
Like trying to retell a dream, recounting a beautiful sunset is a futile enterprise.
The colors, the scale–the true nature of a sunset is ineffable. What's more, such beauty is ultimately subjective in the first place.
I love bidding farewell to the sun as it sets, just as much as welcoming ...
... date to the Roman period.
On this particular entry you will see elaborate floor mosaics that reflect a highly sophisticated society.
I am visiting the 4 different Houses of Dionysos, Theseus, Orpheus and Aion.
THE HOUSE OF DIONYSOS:
This restored Roman villa dates back to the 2nd century A.D. The ...
... goes to the entire team of the SPA for the well programming, efficiency and punctuality. Everything is under the supervision of the very charismatic manageress Alinea, then an extra thanks goes to all the meditation & yoga instructors, but the extra credit goes to my professional and very experienced therapist Prip Nicolae.
TREATMENTS: I had the Healing Back & Neck massage where muscle tension was relieved right away, and the Japanese ...