Hotel JS Sol de Alcudia
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
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Spent a day wandering around Palma... The city is quite large, and so I stuck mostly to the old areas of 'tourist' interest. There are churches, a cathedral, plazas and museums all over the place, but being there on a Sunday meant that I was limited in what I could see and do. Many thinks remain lose forgave reduced hours on Sundays, something that seems to be less common in North America but still prevalent in many other places. Being that I prefer architecture over spending ...
... incentive to get out there, and enough to time to burn it off on the way back :) PS while I would have liked to sneak away with such a beautiful pie, there was no way it was going to fit in my back pocket for the ride home... Nor would I likely have been able to out-ride some of the speed demons that are in the group to maintain possession of this prize for long once we were back out on the ...
Mallorca is one of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea known for its beach resorts, sheltered coves, limestone mountains and Roman and Moorish remains. While it does have historic sites, most people come for the sun, sand and sea. We stayed in an area called S'Arenal which is a jumble of small hotels, vacation apartments, tacky beach stores, ...
A true day off, I hooked up with three other peeps to travel the island a bit. There was an additional optional ride to Sa Colabra with some seriously crazy hills that we decided we'd see what the route was like and perhaps encourage some of the folks along. In total, the first climb was 800m, and the second was over 600m in height- I think I'll wait until next year :) That said, it was beautiful scenery and something definitely worth seeing. I'll let the photos speak ...
A couple hills and a coffee stop, not much to report today aside from another lovely day of riding. We passed many an almond tree, one of Mallorca's key products along with lemons, oranges and apricots. The coffee stop in Bunyola coincided with their feast day for their patron Saint Mateu. Song, dance, piñata-like activities for the kids, and a a parade through town with bagpipes for all the villagers was quite the sight, and it looked like everyone was ...