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I haven't posted in a few days because my roommates and I went to Mallorca last weekend. Mallorca is an island off the coast of Spain and about a 50 minute plane ride from Barcelona. The trip was relatively last minute but we (Meg, Laura, Jordan, and me) booked it with a group of guys from Wake that most of us were not super close friends with. It ended up being a great decision. The island of Mallorca itself is absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. It is 120 miles across in 1 ...
... 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 ...
... So, having done all that, we headed off for our day in Palma. The cruise company always has a shuttle from the port, but last night when we were in town we enquired about a Hop On Hop Off Bus, and found that it stopped right at the port, so we decided that was the option we would take. It was quite sunny, and warmed up early in the day, but we took an upstairs seat, and had a really good view. It was a bit scary as ...
... shops and restaurants, and nice buildings. Best of all was Fornells, mentioned to us by a Spanish friend, and a good recommendation. Very unspoiled, traditional, and great fish restaurants.
The whole of Menorca is a Unesco World Heritage site, so it is amazingly quiet, a lot of agriculture, and very green.
Still prefer Mallorca, but will visit the island (and that hotel!) again. The ferry was good too, reliable and handier for us since it goes from ...
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