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... 80 the other way, so it was actually a relatively large island. We landed on Thursday night around 10 pm so it was hard to see the entire island in the dark, but we could definitely make out the diverse terrain. Like Barcelona, there are major mountains about a mile from the mediterranean sea which makes the views in the day time spectacular to say the least. I attempted to speak a broken version of Spanish with my cab driver on the way into town and he explained that Mallorca is ...
... mention of traditional leather sandals, avacas, or albarques, and we soon realised what they were talking about. They were virtually everywhere, very simple in design, but obviously comfortable. So of course I had to try some, (you understand, Allison, don't you?). We were attended to by a really sweet young woman, and I asked about the history behind the sandals. She said they were peasants' footwear, the top fashioned from animal hide with ...
... the Bellver Castle, built in the 14th century, is one of the few circular castles in Europe. It overlooks the bay and the city from a hillside, providing a spectacular view of Palma.We walked through the narrow streets of the Old Town.Back on the ship we listened to a lecture of the history of Spain through its architecture and paintings.
... shoulder barging us for our morning bacon. Thing is they get their anoraks and hiking boots out and head off during the day, leaving few by the pool and then by night they appear. I mean we have had cloudy days, and we have had storms, we have had rain but anoraks and boots please! I assumed they were all chec but after my daily chat with the receptionist....i call her barca cause shes from barcelona, she told me theyre german,sweedish,polish and check. Love my ...
... 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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