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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beach " area I noticed they had a long jetty on which lounges or chairs were. We left Cannes and headed up the mountains passed a couple of Riveria towns to St Paul de Vence . It is the oldest medieval walled town in France with narrow cobbled streets. We had a guide who walked us to the town and kept telling us which road to take when catching the bus back. Tim and I left the group at the entrance and turned right and began exploring the city ourselves. We walked along the ...
... as the dining room and ocean view buffet. Loads of shops . There are two pools and spas on the deck with a solarium with pool asan adult zone. There is also a gym which didn't check out yet, an Internet room that is really an Apple Store. There is also grassed areas with real grass for bowls and other sports. After checking out the boat we stopped and had lunch. The boat is American owned and so you get the hard sell to buy package deals on drinks etc. prices ...
It is with a touch of sadness that we farewell Mallorca tomorrow. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Every time we think of Irene and Horst in Mallorca we will fondly remember their lovely house, our long conversations over dinner and the interesting areas we visited. I definitely NEED to come back and shop with Irene (without the boys) as there are lots of shoe ...
... of tourists wandering the streets made us appreciate staying in rural Majorca with the local people. Our fist stop was the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, more commonly referred to as La Seu, which is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral built on the site of a pre-existing Arab mosque. It is huge! It's impressive size and Gothic design on the outside is matched by the ornate and richly designed interior. At the front of ...
... beautiful stained glass windows. It is set in the centre of the town with many shops in the nearby narrow alleys and plazas which we explored by foot.
We had lunch at restaurant popular with the Majorcan people that featured authentic local food which was wholesome and delicious. Irene, who speaks many languages including Spanish explained the menu and helped us order.
After lunch we visited a historical Manor House called Els Calderers De Sant Joan.