Barcelo Cala Vinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... new and Roo has given me so much info about every cove and peninsula on the map, I feel inspired to explore. I think the weekend is for family time so I hope to hop back to Palma, do a day or two sight seeing. It's tempting to take the bus into the mountains too and enjoy the snow! Although the hair pin bends above the tunnel are closed today...so I'm not sure which buses will be running that way. Trotted into town with Roo to collect the kids today, so got ...
... his white dinner jacket, black trousers, black shirt and white bow tie. Our team performed admirably in the syndicate quiz finishing 1st equal on 17 points. However we lost out on the tie-break. The question was "How long was the Hundred Years' War"? There were 3 teams in the tiebreak. We thought 113 years and the other 2 teams went for 65 and 114 years. The correct answer was 116 so we were close but not close ...
... it looks great. Unfortunately this tour is a bit rushed to actually get inside some of these places. They do however, give you an over view of what is here to see. We have about 1/2 an hour to wander some of the downtown area (mostly jewellery and cafes) before we have to head back to the ship. We head back and have some lunch. All in all this island seems like an expensive place for the rich and famous play in. Not the kind of place we will likely come back ...
Overnight we cruised from Tunis to Palma de Mallorca arriving about midday and after having lunch we took the shuttle bus to get us into the centre of town. We had considered walking as they were charging €25 for a return for two which we thought expensive for a 10 minute bus ride. However it is a captured market and it was a good walk. Maybe a taxi would be no more expensive. Maybe we will try that next time! The shuttle dropped us near the centre of Mallorca and ...
Our next adventure (after school, of course!) was to head out to Cap de Formentor. This is a remote point of the island in the north-east corner. The drive out there was beautiful in itself, with amazing views of the mountains inland, and the cliffs and coast out to sea. Unfortunately, it's quite a popular destination - the drive was quite busy and we couldn't stop at most of ...