Travel Blogs from Agios Georgios
BUILDING: Part of the Atrium is a traditional 1912 historic building, fully renovated, combining modern comforts but at the same time retaining its traditional Cypriot charm with an intimate atmosphere and 3 categories of rooms of different standards.
ACOMMODATION: The hotel was fully booked during my stay and I was not able to experience a stay at an Executive or a Club room, not even had the chance to see what the rooms look like.
My room had ...
The buildings which have been restored, date back to the end of the 18th century and are typical examples of traditional Cypriot urban architecture.
The main Tourist Information Centre is also out here where walking tours around the city centre start on Mondays, Thursdays and ...
can be found EVERYWHERE on the island)
... but when we asked him his name he said he was Nico from the Philippines ha ha so much for imaging his ancestors sweeping across the Russian Steppes - ha ha - still, the boy's a long way from home. While we're on about the waiters, David was down earlier than me for brekkie as usual and one of them sidled up and wanted to know if "dikolus" was a swear word. It seems there was a female guest who was a "bit mad" and we think that she went off ...
... 8216;Commandaria bar’ and actually the only one in Cyprus, with all kinds of Commandaria. I tried a shot glass of one of the oldest ones. What an experience! It is the only place in Cyprus where you can taste any kind of this drink by glass. (Commandaria is an amber-coloured dessert wine produced in Cyprus since 4.000 years ago).
In the cellar there are more than 2.000 bottles of exclusively Cypriot premium wines (different labels) to choose ...