Travel Blogs from Port de Pollenca
I haven't posted in a few days because my roommates and I went to Mallorca last weekend. Mallorca is an island off the coast of Spain and about a 50 minute plane ride from Barcelona. The trip was relatively last minute but we (Meg, Laura, Jordan, and me) booked it with a group of guys from Wake that most of us were not super close friends with. It ended up being a great decision. The island of Mallorca itself is absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. It is 120 miles across in 1 ...
... from old tyres. She went to the back of the shop and produced a fair dinkum example, very well-used, as you can see from the photo, which had belonged to her grandfather's friend. I bought a pair! In better condition than grandfather's friend's were, of course. Later we were sitting on a seat watching the world go by, and it was amazing how many people, mostly women, but also men, were wearing them. We decided that was how you separated the ...
Ah its been long since ive blogged but to be fair all the days are merging in to one here. After the long hours of high season now over , the month of september has seen the hotel quiet down as now schools accross the country and even here in menorca are back. Weve gone from having 30kids in one session and 50 in a party to 6kids and 8 in party. Its difficult doing a session youve designed for 7year olds and then you get two 3yr olds pop in or no 5-7yr olds atall. ...
We are just back from a 4 night trip. Went on the ferry, only 1.5 hours from Mallorca. Stayed in a hotel called Torralbenc near Mahon, which was gorgeous, and goes straight into our top 5....we were in a pool cottage, totally self contained, with itīs own dinky pool, garden and terrace. Like having our own country house, but with staff. Distant sea views, surrounded by vineyards and unspoilt countryside. Lovely. Breakfast was served (no extra charge) on the ...
We were excited to visit Mallorca from a couple of fronts. For starters we were visiting one of Jennie's work friends, Emily Schaeffer and her family. Second reason, of course, is because it is the home of Rafael Nadal! Vamos Rafa!
Palma de Mallorca is an awesome city to hang out in. There are several avenues of high end beautiful shops, many cafes and eateries in the middle strips of the roads, and tons ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking