Barcelo Hotel Formentor
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelo Hotel Formentor Port de Pollenca
dejligt hotel i Alcudia med en fantastisk strand foran
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... as Spanish omlette, eggplant bruschetta, strawberry & cream pastries and candied orange cake. Just beautiful! We were lucky enough to enjoy a home cooked meal there on one evening and tasted the traditional Mallorcan aperitif called Tunel which was made from several different herbs. A bit like Ouzo only much more potent. Deadly!! We would certainly be keen to return to Mallorca again one day if the opportunity ever presented itself.
We got up early and went almost straight to the beach while I watched Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox on the iPad for the drive. We met Stephen right before the beach. Stephen is my Dad's cousin and we don't see him that often, almost never ever. We then got to the beach and then I again swam the entire day...at least as much as they would let me. I would have swam more but whatever. We went to a yummy lunch that was huge! We decided not to ...
... was still bright enough that we had a great view of all the beauty greeting us around every corner.
Back across the island in Manacor, we had a very sleepy dinner and headed home to bed, tired and happy.
So our first full day in Mallorca and we were able to spend it with family (a true treat) in my Aunt Susan, cousin Vicky and her lovely boy Marc. For those reading who are unaware, Susan is my Dad’s sister ...
... but comes over to tell us we can't go through security with our large suitcase. Does he speak English? Yes, seemingly. Does he see our boarding passes and note the time? Yes. Does he think we are trying to get away with something? Yes. (Loud sigh.) He pulls us aside and goes through all our passports, boarding passes and the bag receipt and then finally understands the problem. He gets us past the line and on to the actual security screening area and leaves. ...
Beautiful fairytale day. Patrick and Celtie had kept the location a secret from everyone and as we turned in on the coach and saw the Sa Torre Chapel everyone gasped. So many of their friends had come and it was lovely to see the Kings Worthy crew - Jonnie, Bobby, Ronan, Russell, Danny and Nicki. So very proud of them both.