Mar Blau Puerto de Alcudia
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In only three days we certainly didn't get time to see everything the island had to offer but what we did see very much impressed us. We also very much enjoyed the food and the wine and the hospitality of the island. The farm where we stayed was run by a family who were very friendly and kind. Although it was sometimes difficult to communicate it was clear the sentiment was there. The breakfasts on the terrace were lovely and featured interesting ...
For the last day of our cruise, we had breakfast-in-bed. We ordered French toast, hash browns, bacon, and oatmeal. It was delicious, and although we had coffee every day on the cruise, we were starting to miss our daily Dunkin' runs!
Our excursion for the day consisted of touring Palma, Spain on a bus and then returning to the coast for some free time on the beach. We tanned for a bit, and then we walked into the very chilly, but ...
... 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”
... the gist of which is - we made it, just...and the security guy stole our wine. Rude!
Now that said ordeal was done we were able to relax for the very quick flight to Palma - hours of headache for a 30 minute flight... (Double sigh.)
When we finally landed and got our bags (both came through without a problem - small blessings!) we were welcomed by an excited Aunt Susan, excited cousin Victoria and an over-the-moon Marc who promptly ...
Other places to stay in Alcudia
C/ Maria Antonia Salva 2 (Es Morer Vermell), Alcudia | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Cami Vell de la Victoria 1, Alcudia | 3 star hotelfrom $130
C/Tirant Lo Blanc 8, Alcudia | 3 star hotelfrom $68
Carrer Pou Nou 1, Alcudia | 4 star hotelfrom $181