Luabay La Cala
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... at all! What's the rush? The night is indeed very young and why spoil a good night out with friends by getting smashed! Palma appears to me to be a delicate fusion of the Oxfordesque spires of Salamanca and the narrow lamp-lit lanes of good food and fabulous bars of Valencia. Tributary lanes weave off boulevards, which in turn radiate up from the promenade walls by the cathedral. The super boats and yachts click clack in the breeze in the harbour and ...
During the night the ship changed course for Mallorca in order to carry out a medical evacuation of a passenger. No word just rumours of the condition of the passenger evacuated. A nice day but a bit blowy so deck quoits and shuffleboard comps were cancelled since they take place on the top deck of Adonia. Therefore we spent a relaxing day around the ship. Dress code for tonight's dinner is Black & White night. ...
... here to run away from the bull. Oh, is that not the name of the game? Fight the bull, to see who can get out first? Well, silly tourist. They have a pearl store across the way (I guess this island is big on pearls?) I take a walk through but it is your typical sell to tourist (and gaudy) stuff.
We get back on the bus and end our tour down in the city center by the Gothic cathedral. We really don't have enough time to go in the ...
... water, juices and ice cream. We are close to the break even point with 2 days to go. So last day drinks will be free!! Yeh! The other advantage of this is that you are not surprised by a large final day bill at check out when you discover that you consumed more than you thought. No show tonight so we will have pre-dinner drinks and will have dinner on our own as Alex and Julie are ashore for dinner and we don't sail till midnight. Ciao for now and tomorrow it is ...
... Torrent de Pareis. This is unbelievably a dried up river bed and it cuts through the mountains out to sea. As such, the beach is pebbles of various sizes rather than sand, but the view from the beach to sea through two giant rocks is beautiful. The Mallorquin landscape, of white/grey rocks, interspersed with bright green trees and seas of turquoise and vibrant dark blue is ...