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... with everything: forests, beaches, mountains, ect. In addition, he pointed out the most expensive hotel on the island, Michael Douglas's summer home, and the house where the Clinton family summered at one point. We, however, stayed no where near any of these landmarks. Instead, we stayed in an area of Mallorca known as Magalluf which we have dubbed the Myrtle Beach of Europe. Our hotel, Mallorca Rocks!, is, as you can imagine, a rock n roll theme hotel that commences its full ...
... from old tyres. She went to the back of the shop and produced a fair dinkum example, very well-used, as you can see from the photo, which had belonged to her grandfather's friend. I bought a pair! In better condition than grandfather's friend's were, of course. Later we were sitting on a seat watching the world go by, and it was amazing how many people, mostly women, but also men, were wearing them. We decided that was how you separated the ...
... the Bellver Castle, built in the 14th century, is one of the few circular castles in Europe. It overlooks the bay and the city from a hillside, providing a spectacular view of Palma.We walked through the narrow streets of the Old Town.Back on the ship we listened to a lecture of the history of Spain through its architecture and paintings.
... shoulder barging us for our morning bacon. Thing is they get their anoraks and hiking boots out and head off during the day, leaving few by the pool and then by night they appear. I mean we have had cloudy days, and we have had storms, we have had rain but anoraks and boots please! I assumed they were all chec but after my daily chat with the receptionist....i call her barca cause shes from barcelona, she told me theyre german,sweedish,polish and check. Love my ...
... city, and this one is a real beauty. And what's more we didn't have to walk to it, as the bus took us there. I love climbing up onto high places, so this satisfies something in me, and Wok likes the photographic advantages it gives, as long as there is a substantial wall between him and the earth below. The views down to the harbour were great. By this time, 1pm, it was 31 degrees. Fortunately Palma is a very leafy ...
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