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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... either as our taxi driver told us it was "impossible" to find where we were staying. Despite the language barrier we eventually convinced the taxi driver to phone the property and he arranged for someone to meet us in the town so we could be driven to out to the farm. A friendly elderly man (who spoke mainly French and turned out to be the father of the lady who ran the establishment) picked us up and drove us through several of the narrowest country lanes I have ...
... water. We only made it to the top of our legs before we called it quits, but some people were brave enough to swim. We tanned some more before heading to some souvenir shops.
When we got back from the beach, we went to the spa for a few hours and had the chance to relax one last time on the cruise ship. We watched the boat depart from the port from the outdoor spa on the back of the cruise. It was a neat experience!
... and use his local knowhow to find out about the nearby cave systems and the ancient ruins in the town.
While the weather didn't entirely agree – it was mostly cloudy and somewhat cool – it was a fun day in the water and on the beach. We also got to enjoy what we were told was a typical meal – a larger lunch (which would be followed by a smaller supper – somewhat backwards to what we’re used to) – and with ...
... is one year younger than yours truly. Oh, and Marc is the sweetest funny little 5-year old man… he and our boys had a great time playing football on the roof of Susan’s apartment and swimming their hearts out at the Port de Soller this afternoon. He also took delight in surprising me as often as possible… oh and being proof that perpetual motion machines exist in boy form.
Vanessa covered the day’s ...
... online, and I handed over our passports. RyanAir Counter Lady #1 asks for our boarding passes, which we forgot to print. (They were open, on my computer, ready for when we went to the hotel reception in Prague to return our keys. Since only Sean ran over, I completely forgot about this.) RyanAir Counter Lady #1 can't print them, we have to talk to her colleague.
We wait for said colleague to finish with another customer. Then, RyanAir Counter Lady #2 looks ...