Can Furios Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Hola, we land in Mallorca and pick up our car. Dave wanted a medium-sized car, so we got something that seemed equal to a limo in size. This should be interesting.
We stop @ Portals Nous for lunch and see how the rich and famous live. The small "boats " are minimum 150' in length. We look around in our restaurant and surprise, we are younguns …
... with Seb...having grown up here he seemingly knows everyone and takes time to chat,however banally, with everyone and says hello to everyone. When driving his hands are frequently off the wheel, waving or saluting! The local saying is 'poc a poc' slowly slowly' which is so lovely....if something doesn't work straight away, ie my fire lighting efforts yesterday then 'poc a poc' and it works. I've not had a ...
... after that comes a second course of pastries. Either empanadas packed with meat and peas or sweet pasty shaped robiols with pumpkin marmalade or cream filling. If you've not already glued your mouth shut with all that pastry you can then tuck into dry pastry biscuits cut into hearts or stars, about half an inch thick! These are thankfully all sloshed down with champagne, which loosens pastry from back teeth quite successfully! Seb and I were in for ...
We had time to drive up to the Finca on Puig de S'Alcadena. Sitting in nearly 200 hectares the beautiful sandy stone building sits romantically above Alaro valley. The balcony would be perfect for a Romeo Juliet encounter, the interiors a museum piece, dusty and unchanged. Huge wooden doors opened to reveal the wooden screw drive and great ...
... melting pot, traditional local pride holding its own against the foreign wealth that purchases the grand country fincas for many millions of euros. The Son Palau cave is a domed void. A small circle pieces the skin to the sky, and soil and debris has rained in creating a raised hill below the light hole. The extremities were gloomy by the time we arrived, the last of sun's rays illuminating a cluster of stalactites on the ceiling. The torch lit the dark tunnels, ...