Travel Blogs from Palma Nova
... music playing at 11 am and doesn't end until 12 pm. The general population within the hotel and Magalluf in general were highly intoxicated, extremely dirty looking British and Irish people. We joked about the fact that we were coming into the weekend thinking it was going to be super relaxed and instead we were confronted by this. It was still really fun regardless. We spent most of the daytime on the beach which was absolutely beautiful (look at attached picture). The water was ...
... at each port, so the staff are really kept busy. We certainly don't begrudge paying our tips for them!! We are back at sea, heading for Sardinia. It's a bit rough, so I might not make it to dinner tonight. I can assure you though, I won't be food deprived! Fortunately we again dock early tomorrow, so I'll be up and at 'em again once we've arrived. So, we send you all our love. We're having a great time, sleeping well at night! God bless, Lyn and ...
The Island of Mallorca, the largest of many off the coast of Spain, part of the Balearic Islands of Spain. The capitol is Palma. It has many hundreds of churches and cathedrals. The largest is right on the edge of the Mediterranean. It was started in the 13th century and took 400 years to build. It is truly breathtaking. Its rose ...
... to provide a cool haven in a hot, dry climate. It seems at the end of every street there is a square with a fountain, and it does really cool the air, and just the sound of splashing water makes one feel fresher. We decided to get some exercise by walking back to the ship, which was about 3 1/2 kms. Not so far, but by this time it was probably 33 degrees. So when we got back we immediately had our first swim on the ...
... all artisanal bread and homemade everything. Special mention has to be made of the toiletries...not something IŽd usually get excited about, but this was all handmade in the Balearics by Gaia products....smell of rosemary.Now my very favourite.
Our nearest tourist town was Cala En Porter...so we walked there. No great shakes, surprisingly downmarket given the hotel, bit scruffy, like Cala St Vicenc or Cala Bona. Mahon and Ciutadella were nicer, mix of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking