Las Gaviotas Hostal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of a problem but I have just managed to secure a spot about 100metres away, so we won't be going anywhere else in the car today.
We did mange to hire a kayak for an hour this morning and we (my current wife and I) paddled our way right round the bay and back. It was absolutely gorgeous out there, hardly ...
... my confidence his second name was Jesus.
They immediately sat us down and told us that if we were prepared to wait about 20 minutes we could be seen - so we did. Things then got even better, when the young girl I thought was the dental nurse, turned out to be the dentist I was to see. She soothed my troubled brow and without fuss or pain, either for her or me, she rebuilt my tooth, whilst smiling and singing to me. Since when was this sort of service ever available ...
... made for good communications between neighbours. The hollow 'tubes' running up and down the walls acted in the same way that the speaking tube does between the bridge ad the engine room of a ship.
Unfortunately, whilst we now have modern electronic forms of communication, the ...
... got off the plane we found ourselves on the wonderful island of Majorca.
A night in Palma saw us 90 percent recovered (enough to eat a large paella washed down by copious quantities of red Spanish wine and this morning we picked up a rental car. Having experienced a number of taxi rides over the last few days, where the drivers could easily have entered and won the Monaco Grand Prix, it was with great trepidation that we ...
... more olive trees than anything else. I would say that every city, town, or village we have been to (except Las Vegas) have had olive trees growing. Californian wines (that Max has had) are just drinkable. Unfortunately we are on a ship with its head office in Miami. The "house wines" are mainly from California. Luckily she has a drinks package which allows her to have French, Italian, Argentinian and Chilian ...