Hotel Marfil

Ramon y Cajal 34 , Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, 07820 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ramon y Cajal 34 , Sant Antoni de Portmany.
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    Travel Blogs from Sant Antoni de Portmany

    Freddy is nearly deady

    A travel blog entry by mobyshe on Sep 04, 2014

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    What a nightmare, seasick bouncing up and down on that vile ferry. finally got to sleep around 2am to be woken at 5.45 by loud happy bloody music. The idiots forgot the hour ahead'. After a 10 hour journey, obviously they got lost, twice we have finally landed at our ...

    Extra time to kill

    A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 02, 2014

    Due to the unexpected 20km national park trail, I had about 3-4 extra hours to kill before heading over to my final destination for the day, Zaragoza, and it was also that time of the day when European take their lunch, 2 pm.

    ......to be continued
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    Road Side Small Town

    A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 02, 2014

    ... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...

    National Park Visit

    A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... park.

    However, it was not all in vain. Since it was a not so popular national park ( didn't want to go to places that everyone wanted to go), there weren't too many people/cars around. That's good news for me, I was able to get in some extra time to practice my horrible driving skill, try getting into 1st gear on a hill, try to smoothly get into the 1st and shifting gears on sharp corners. It was actually a lot of fun (because there were no people around).
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    On the Spanish side of the mountain

    A travel blog entry by rosabranca on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... of the 'Torres Gran Muralles' vineyards, which follow the curves of the monastery walls. The buildings, including the newly designed hotel block are simple and plain, but beautiful, which I suppose is to echo the Cistersian ethic. We have a good meal, and a comfortable night's sleep in a spacious room with a polished wooden floor, but no TV ( which we do not miss, anyway) awaking next morning to birdsong, blue skies and a beautiful view across ...