Luabay La Cala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Cala Major
... up, we got ready for our last fancy dinner on the ship at a steakhouse called Cagney’s. We each had lobster and shrimp as well as dessert that neither one of us could finish.
In order to have our luggage carried out of the cruise for us, we had to have had it packed and ready by midnight. Obviously, since we’re never on time for anything, we didn’t make the deadline. The few glasses of wine we each had probably didn’t ...
A quick overnight stop and out for dinner before heading off to Alicante early next morning to get Mark to the airport. Very impressed with local sailing clubs as marina and bay full with 100's of youth sailers all competing in regattas. Out of season once again and choices of eating restaurants very limited but mooring very ...
... you stay balanced on the cliff. All stocked up we head out bang on time and once again greeted with no wind - definitely think we are on a cruising holiday not a sail boat! Made good time do missed Minorca and but land in Majorca, lots of Dolphins but no sails seen on ...
... we saw Steve (about eight years since Vicky’s wedding in the Dominican Republic) and it was great to see him in his role as uncle to five-year-old Marc. They played all sorts of games together on the beach and their relationship is so cute and obviously full of love and laughter and silliness and fun. Completely adorbz.
(Oh, okay fine, I admit it. Second book in a row that’s left me sobbing. Who am I - some kind of sappy girl? ...
... so I won’t repeat… but will mention what Alex and I agreed upon: that Mallorca (as you probably know, pronounced Malyorca w/ the "L" being almost silent) is a video game environment IRL: plains and beach from the central to eastern parts of the island… mountains to the northwest… many cave systems and old buildings throughout… I’ve even got a name for the game: “Don’t Call Me Majorka”