Apartamentos Ses Cases d'Or
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... same time. I was a good five minutes behind them, but I enjoyed listening to them bickering about who had actaully come first.
It's our last day in Palma, and we're off to Chic restaurant tonight at 6.15pm and hope to be back in our room by 7.30pm or soon after as the Gangways close then and we're hoping for a healthy and competitive Mallorca Marathon.
And we've heard a rumour that the ship has been restocked with beer! Deep ...
... cornets. The had the ice cream but no wafer cones to put them in. We must have had the last ones but they were all beaten up and broken, and when we went to lunch and passed the ice cream machine they were providing black plastic cups to put the ice cream in.
I thought it very odd to run out of such basics only half way through the cruise. Hopefully they can restock these "essentials" in Palma, otherwise I can see ructions breaking out among the ...
It is with a touch of sadness that we farewell Mallorca tomorrow. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Every time we think of Irene and Horst in Mallorca we will fondly remember their lovely house, our long conversations over dinner and the interesting areas we visited. I definitely NEED to come back and shop with Irene (without the boys) as there are lots of shoe ...
... of shoe shops. No I didn't find anything, but I did try! As the heat of the day was starting to tire us out we found a lovely local restaurant away from the tourists to eat a leisurely lunch. I knew it was a good restaurant when a large group of high school students stopped to have lunch there. We headed back home for a siesta and later in the evening Irene and I had a very refreshing swim in the pool. I could get used to this ...
... took over Mallorca. Every Easter the villagers walked to the summit to pray to the statue, hoping for a good harvest. After several years of drought at the beginning of the 17th century, the annual pilgrimage was rewarded with heavy rain and a bumper crop in 1609. It became known as the 'Good Year' or 'Bon Any' and the name stuck; Bonany Hill.'
Irene and Horst' daughter Claudia and Manuel were married in this church three years ago so it holds a special place in the ...