Protur Palmeras Playa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in the Olive press, a chapel in a cupboard and a hidden kitchen. Untouched, unvisited and preserved in the past. Beautiful. The train swept East to Sineu and cheery Pat kindly met me and we bobbed out to the 'ut. In progress for the last 10 years the old cottage is still evident, with a modern tack on. The interior a cross between ...
... of a rope and protection or without anyone else's aid, and because you are climbing on rocks that are in waters deep enough to fall into it's called deep water soloing:)
You climb as far up as you want and drop into the ocean below to get down. Or if you happen to slip, you will also fall into the deep waters below:)
Each morning, we ate a lovely hot breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, ...
... great viewpoint, and built several big sand castles, one
almost life-size fort at our home beach. On Saturday evening we walked the 365 steps in beautiful light, ascending from Pollensa town to the tiny Cavalry chapel. We each picked out the step corresponding to our birthdays. Pollensa quickly made our top 10 list of wonderful old small towns. Despite the rain, we enjoyed a journey on the winding, climbing mountain passes of ...
Well after 2 weeks in Spain we have swapped blue waters and sun for beautiful architecture and bicycles!!
Our last week in Mallorca was spent mainly in Cala D'or where we would wake up, go to the grocery store to buy yogurt and fruit, and then off to the beach. Cala D'or has 3 coved beaches that have rock on either side.
We did ...
... Spanish omelette with unlimited sangria...!! Although I think I only managed two glasses (honestly!). The island is uninhabited, except for thousands of small lizards, who were very welcoming! It was lots of fun trying to help John get over his fears, and it was useful to have our own "dragon-handler" (Andrea) on hand. We only had an hour to spend on the island, and after a short walk, the others went for a swim. However, I thought there was something ...