Hipotels Paraiso Apartments
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... like someone's dream come true. I had to drag Geoff away as he was about to offer advice to a crew mooring a boat. We have discovered during our many conversations that Geoff and Horst have a passion for building and sailing. It is amazing when you have common interests how communication happens so well. Horst has little English but this does not stop the boys nattering ...
... is a very unusual structure suspended above the altar. I was not surprised to find out it was created by Gaudi. Our next stop was the Royal Palace next to the Cathedral. Originally built as an Arabian Fort, it was claimed as the official royal residence in the early 14th century but is no longer used by the royal family. It has commanding views over the Bay of Palma. We wandered around the shops before lunch and I was amazed at ...
... took over Mallorca. Every Easter the villagers walked to the summit to pray to the statue, hoping for a good harvest. After several years of drought at the beginning of the 17th century, the annual pilgrimage was rewarded with heavy rain and a bumper crop in 1609. It became known as the 'Good Year' or 'Bon Any' and the name stuck; Bonany Hill.'
Irene and Horst' daughter Claudia and Manuel were married in this church three years ago so it holds a special place in the ...
... 3 jours il y a eu la régate des super yachts dont faisait partie Guardian Angel. Nous nous sommes approchés avec l'annexe mais le dernier jour, ils sont venus près de notre mouillage. C'était incroyable de voir de si grands bateaux d'aussi près! At last we have found somewhere nice to anchor. The sea is a wonderful blue, the shore is not far, the sun is shining, everything is great! On Sunday ...
... were only a meter away from another boat. So we have had to re anchor somewhere else in the middle of the night to be safe. This morning we have left Portinatx to go north of Ibiza and we are now anchored in the Cala de San Vinente. There is still some swell but it is much better than yesterday. As I am writing there is a massive storm around us. It made us realise that we hadn't seen rain for a long ...