Capital Coast Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapital Coast Resort & Spa Paphos
Nice pool - though in April I had hoped the indoor one was heated. Very clean in fact spotless resort. Great selection in the buffet for breakfast.
Efficient staff though the front of house staff were generally softly spoken and did not provide many/any ideas of activities to do.
The main town is a couple of km away but cyprus is best seen by car and the resort provides free parking.
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On our first outing we cruised in our hired wheels down the coast from Paphos to Limassol and past Lanarka to Fig Tree Bay. She was a blowy day so although we wore considerably less than a usual London day we still needed light cardigans. Easter is a big holiday here so at roundabouts and intersections everywhere were giant Easter eggs and bunnies …
... It seems exhausted by now but keeps following.
We approach the water but alas! It is not potable but at least we sprinkle some on our face and shoulders to freshen up.
A LONG STOP:
The ladies decide that we should make a stop for a snack but later on, they decide to extend the break. They don't ...
... 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!
... beer from the only restaurant out there.
The group splits here, some are out searching for the doggie supposing that it is the owner's pet that seems to have disappeared, others leave for the hotel but a couple of us remain at the restaurant a while more.
To the Beach for Swimming:
With almost 2 hours before dinner to spare, I rush to the room, change and ...
... stuffed cucumber with yoghurt cucumber dressing, bread, meats, pulses, a type of caponata... List goes on and on. I love the way Cypriots embrace eating and the whole ritual of the family meal together... Lots dishes... You eat little bits of everything... You eat slowly, you talk, you drink.... You enjoy :) It was a truly magical. Then to top it all off, we chucked on our "cosies", and Kriton, Laura, George, and I all jumped in the pool. And then we downed a traditional ...