Hoposa Pollentia Hotel
Travel Blogs from Port de Pollenca
This morning, we drove northeast to the town of Petra where Father Junipero Serra was born and raised. Like all the other towns on Mallorca, Petra is clean and lovely. The area surrounding Petra is beautiful agricultural land, with many orchards and beautiful fields. Then, it was time to head to the airport and leave Mallorca for Mallaga in the Costa del Sol. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and hope to return one ...
... place we went was perfect -- perfect buildings, well maintained streets, beautiful flowers, and clean! Then, we drove through the Soller Valley, where we saw orange, lemon and olive trees. In Puerto de Soller, we wandered around the town’s historical harbor, long pedestrian promenade, lined with bars and restaurants. Later, we tackled the steep serpentine road to Sa Colubra, where we were treated to superb ...
... of my time menorca styleee. Who knew
that first morning being sick in my apartment with nerves, wanting to come home
would result in me loving that fine piece of Balearic Island. The menorcan
chapter has been a ball and who knows what the next chapter entails. As Albert
Einstein once said "I never think of the
future - it comes soon enough"
So when I know the chat I’ll be sure to give you
a holla y’all!
Love Love LovejojomomosX
... jimmyhils is right next to one of our hotels the binimar so sometimes guests come in. me being me i got chatting to a couple from manchester and was told by the girlfriend i waspe one of the nicest people she'd ever chatted to.......must of not spoken to many folks! haaaaha! this night i also got chattingto a 30yr old couple martha and daaavid., legends they were. Spanish with very little english but we still managed to have such a laugh. I lost count ...
... in town.The fact that heīs also a published author, so far only in Italy, and has fascinating friends like Pier Paolo (physics professor, photographer and concert pianist) just add to the general appeal.
Itīs that kind of place, people constantly surprise you.
The neighbours are charming, and friendly, the shopkeepers are very friendly (and interesting), the climate is great, the scenery ...