Apartamentos Palm Garden
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... little or no information available from any source to help us find our way. In the end we managed to find our way to the village on foot and eventually located the train station. We boarded an open air train that had been in service for over 100 years. The train rattled its way slowly along the single lane track and eventually got us to Palma where we caught a taxi to the airport and found ourselves a good cheap hire car. The smaller the better in Mallorca as the ...
... water. We only made it to the top of our legs before we called it quits, but some people were brave enough to swim. We tanned some more before heading to some souvenir shops.
When we got back from the beach, we went to the spa for a few hours and had the chance to relax one last time on the cruise ship. We watched the boat depart from the port from the outdoor spa on the back of the cruise. It was a neat experience!
... at the house before going to bed.
Another day for Ben to be excited about – beach day part 2! After lots of legging out tours of museums and the like earlier in the trip, he was looking forward to some relaxation and swimming… lazy bum… OK fine I was looking forward to it too.
We headed to the coast – Porto Cristo - where an additional bonus awaited: my cousin Stephen. It was great to catch up ...
... and behave at all of them. At this point he was ready to just swim and play and splash in the salt water. Marc and Alex went in too and all had fun, despite Alex’s objections otherwise. Oh, teenagers.
Next stop, way up in the mountains, after many, many winding roads, was Lluc - a monastery with very pretty grounds, and a gorgeous old church. It was dinnertime by the time we left and started winding back down the mountains, ...
... down someone behind her, she was politely interrupted, extricated herself and let him pay for our delinquent boarding passes and the extra bag. (Fine. 77 euros.)
Back at the other counter, we had two bags on the conveyor belt waiting to be tagged and sent to the plane. RyanAir Counter Lady #3 picks one and tags it and sends it off - it's a smallish duffle bag with mostly Ben's clothes in it. Then, since Sean hasn't returned - and about 23 seconds ...