Hoposa Pollentia Hotel
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Wow Mallorca, what an awesome place!!
Its difficult to think of what it didn't have to offer. What did it have to offer? Beautiful mountain and coastal scenery, fabulous food, great beaches, historical market squares and ancient architecture, quaint and quiet villages and farms, friendly people. Sure there were alot of tourists in some parts and some of the most picturesque bays were crowded beyond belief with English holidaymakers. So its not perfect by ...
... the Mediterranean – Ben and I shared mussels and I shared a delicious seafood paella with Vicky & Steve…plus the aforementioned cervezas…yum! Thanks so much Susan – you are too kind!
More beach time for Benj (I tell him all the time that he was born part fish), and Alex may have come across me crying on the beach because something sad happened in my book but I admit nothing.
It’s been quite a ...
... 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”
Today was a travel day. We got up in Prague and left our hotel by 8:30am. (Insert problem 1 - Sean walked the few doors from our hotel building down the street to the reception desk in another building to return the keys, and we all waited outside with the bags.)
We took the metro a few stops, then a bus directly to the airport. Easy peasy. We had time to spare and got our breakfast at the airport before getting on the plane. We said goodbye to the ...
Beautiful fairytale day. Patrick and Celtie had kept the location a secret from everyone and as we turned in on the coach and saw the Sa Torre Chapel everyone gasped. So many of their friends had come and it was lovely to see the Kings Worthy crew - Jonnie, Bobby, Ronan, Russell, Danny and Nicki. So very proud of them both.