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^^^I believe that is the castle in Paphos (Pafos) harbour.
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You believe correctly.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote: Sat Dec 24, 2022 3:23 pm You believe correctly.
We had a very enjoyable family holiday in Paphos about 10 years ago. I recall sitting in some nice restaurants at the harbour overlooking the castle.
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Thread resurrection...
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Crystal Palace?
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OK, that didn't take long, well done Chris. We were stood (i believe) on 2 parts of the original circuit in these pics.
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Just that I have run round there enough over the years 🤣
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Of all the Coffee shops in town, meandering my way home this morning from the WatchIt! Watch Fair, I just had to stop in this one.

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@Bahnstormer_vRS PM sent.
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Was it a late night Guy?

By my reckoning you only made it about 12.4 miles from Nuthurst Grange before stopping for coffee. :)

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:[mention]Bahnstormer_vRS[/mention] PM sent.
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^^^^ @nbg Late night, Neil?

In a manner of speaking, yes.

I was accompanied to the Watch Fair by my girlfriend / partner. Afterwards we had an enjoyable dinner and stayed overnight at Nuthurst Grange.

12.4 miles will be about right to this Royal location.

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@Bahnstormer_vRS a spa break, so to speak. :)

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@nbg Absolutely Neil, and indirectly related to a small furry animal renowned for jumping off a cliff to the tune of a Piper.

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To close this one off as Steve and Neil have got it correct;-

Guy Street, Royal Leamington Spa.

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