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... water I have ever seen and the weather was spectacular. It was so much fun to just play around in the water for the day even though my beach soccer team lost. During the nights we bounced between bars and clubs and ended our last night by being the only people in the Irish pub in the area. It was so much fun to just be goofy and dance around the place without caring. We all got a lot closer with the group of guys we went away with and I really really LOVED going away us four ...
... of course are part of Spain. Oh, the stress of adjusting our language skills as we move from Italy to France to Spain. But fortunately the people we encounter are equally multilingual, so they manage to understand us. When we woke this morning we'd already docked, and we were surprised to see that we were inland from the sea, in a river rather than a harbour. Looking ashore from the ship there was this impressive, long, wide staircase leading ...
The Island of Mallorca, the largest of many off the coast of Spain, part of the Balearic Islands of Spain. The capitol is Palma. It has many hundreds of churches and cathedrals. The largest is right on the edge of the Mediterranean. It was started in the 13th century and took 400 years to build. It is truly breathtaking. Its rose ...
... with ''barca'now the hotels quiet i can wandrer in and hear about barca, how jo means I in menorcan and all about her life in countries like finland and so on. I'd say shes like my spanish mommy here, always making sure Ive applied my sunscrean or teaching me life facts from different languages. Shes not like this with the rest of the reps but the rest have given up on talking much to reception because the other receptionist glorias more serious. barca is new to ...
... So as the photo testifies Wok had a beer and we both had a pie and sauce. It was reasonably couth though, as we were supplied with a little wooden fork with which to eat it. Please remember we did have a Sangria last night! After lunch we had another wander around the Cathedral and Palace areas, where there were lovely gardens and fountains. Nowhere in the world, I'm sure, has as many fountains as Spain. I think they do ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet