St. George Gardens Hotel Suites
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... br> The rest of the weekend involved deciding what food to get at the breakfast buffet and relaxing by the pool or beach on the sun. The first sunny day we were a bit excited and got sunburnt. The second we sheltered under umbrellas drinking pimms and the local beer Keo.
The evenings brought a hunt for food - two of note were Penguino and Gourmet Tavern. The haloumi doesn't taste ...
... first time in 10 years for this part of the island to get snow!
Our adventurous spirits wouldn't allow us to remain in our flat all day though. We bundled up and headed out. Remember about that Ford Fiesta? The one that survived our off-roading adventures? Yep. Same car we got to take through the snow! Once again, we kept going until it just wasn't possible to get any further without chains. As fate would have it, the ...
... food provided. It is so yummy and the tastes are superb!
Besides the “movie night" that takes place every night in summer, there is “Wine Tasting” every Friday at dinner time, -a brilliant way of promoting Cypriot wines, a Cocktail Evening by the Red square, with several other activities, depending on the month and season.
THE NEW CONCEPT: As from December 2014 families and children will also be welcomed but at ...
... a huge report which has 1,000 people sleeping there at night. The place was huge... Numerous pools, numerous restaurants and bars.... Numerous options! We spent a few days before the wedding getting ready and preparing for the big day, meeting some of Kriton's family and friends... And having a wee rest. Was fantastic to eat loads of fresh fruit and yogurt for breakfast and then swim the day away ;) Kriton took us to one of his favourite seafood restaurants "Ocean ...
... me that she has arranged to offer weaving classes through the ‘Voufa Cultural and Environmental Society’. She is very talkative, and stops her work to tell me about the village and its people. She tells me that lacework was produced by nearly all the women of the village those days and weaving was a practice learnt by young girls from their mothers when they would start their weaving at the age of 12 and begin making clothes to decorate their ...