Travel Blogs from Limassol
... detail for the comfort, taste and preference of each and every guest. Ihad made friends out here from my last stay but I doubled them with this last one.
WI FI: It is free in the lobby, but there is a small fee if you wish to have it in your room.
SUITE: The Suite I had was #111 a Deluxe Spa Room (26m2).
It was stunning reflecting contemporary comfort.
These kind of suites are ideal for couples that ...
... events such as the display of the Cypriot dancing encourage tourists to visit these areas as they believe it is authentic. Areas such as the Troodos Mountains make Cyprus a cultural destination with religious and cultural Monuments and UNSCEO world heritage sites Cyprus has an advantage over competing destinations. Before visiting Cyprus the promotional tourism video ‘Cyprus in your heart’ gave the impression that Cyprus was targeting couples for a ...
Another Stop at Kiti
Leaving behind the flamingos and the beautiful Hala Sultan Mosque we move on to the village of Kiti, 11 kms southwest of Larnaca.
We are visiting the 11th Century Church ...
... and we have to take a track off the road to get here.
I can already imagine this beach crowded a month from now and I know for sure that it is not my piece of cake. I would not love to be out here in no way!
We are hardly 8 to 10 persons in all around here right now with a group of friends jogging, one or two fishing, but what attracts my attention is the young couple ...
Dinner tonite was in Teppanyaki restaurant - one of the pay cafes on baord ($25). We booked it with Clay and Tammy - a very nice couple from Vancouver Island that John and Dale met at their Civitavecchia hotel. Clay is an airline pilot with Air Canada and they both love to travel so it was very interesting talking to them and sharing our travel stories.
Teppanyaki is a Japanese slice and dice restaurant. The chef ...