Roman II Boutique Hotel
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... aren’t great though apart from around the Paralimni – Protaras area on the south east coast. Mostly they are grey sand or stones. And in many places there are no beaches – just a rocky coast line- so it’s swimming off the rocks. But the Med is like a bath so finding a safe place to take a dip proved to be no problem.
My trip initially took me west towards Limassol, 50km away. But I only just made it ...
... are writing down the emergency phone number of the sign and are ready to set off.
I approach, introduce myself, hand out a couple of my business cards and ask if I can join them. The reply is positive, so here I am with the group walking the Adonis trail. Hurray!
A picture is worth a Thousand Words!
... to the beach thinking that I haven’t carried my flippers all the way from Greece only to take them back. A couple of ladies from the group join me much later.
The sparkling water is cool, motionless and simply irresistible. How I wished I had more time!
Back to the room after dinner and every single piece of clothing is washed.
A Full and Great day ...
... there still was a strong Christian community functioning in the early 4th century A.D.
Among the splendor of the ancient ruins at Paphos, is the theater which dates to the 3rd century B.C., the odeion from the early 2nd century B.C., as well as the Asclepieion and the Agora. However, the jewel of Paphos is most certainly the elegant and extensive mosaics that line the floors of several Roman villas near the town center. These mosaics ...
... the Cellars of those Days:
Large earthenware jars were placed in these rooms even before the foundations were laid. This is because they were like barrels and too large to carry through the doors when the house had been built.
The barrels were transported to the building sites by groups of men. They were tied to a long sturdy piece of wood. The men would then ...