Santa Clara Urban Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSanta Clara Urban Hotel & Spa Palma
This was a magical hotel, I have recommended it to all guests that come to visit Palma. A definite must-see view and atmosphere. Great service!
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... day ensuring that our anchor wasn't dragging and that we stayed will clear of “tina” a nice looking boat on a mooring beside us.
Late afternoon we took the dinghy and went wandering around the town. For a resort it has a lovely atmosphere. Found supermarkets which is always a good thing.
Sunday 26 July
Got up early and took the bus to Pollenca old town. ...
Tuesday 14 July
Today we hung around the anchorage – had a couple of dips in the clearest of water and
went ashore to have lunch – a bit of a celebration.
The boat is just covered in so much salt – every surface you touch is just slimy – so we have decided that we will go into one of the marinas and a) provision up – running out of water, b) wash her down, c) complete chores such as laundry, defrost the freezer and washing down ...
... was rising – a beautiful sunrise it was – and headed for Mallorca. There's very little wind so it is motoring all the way.
This island looks amazing, when you can see through the humidity.
We went to a popular, with sailing yachts, anchorage. One side of the bay looks a little like Dalkeith in Perth with some pretty big mansions, and the other is just full of apartment blocks.
... left for passengers to take and solve. See, it was "Crosswords" Not "Cross words". You were expecting rows and arguments, weren't you? Well it's nothing worse than controversial than puzzles. And the crossword is perhaps more puzzling than necessary as every day there are mistakes in it. Some times its random numbers scattered about the grid which do not relate to any clue. At other times the tenses of the clues are wrong. One clue ...
... and meet the boys with their caps on backwards!
We are looking forward to sailing to Minorca and on to Corsica and Sardinia but for now we are enjoying the sun and the sea and oh, a glass or two of red. Nothing changes!
PS...in Duncan's absence we tried fishing off the stern. Duncan's luck held and we arrived back in port with zero fish....tomorrow we will use Carol's technique and enjoy a fishy supper!