Son Brull Hotel and Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... but we certainly enjoyed our time there and could definitely have stayed longer.
Admittedly it didn't go that well at the start. Our flight was delayed by well over an hour leaving Prague so we didn't land at Palma until about 10pm. Our bags took about another half an hour to appear on the carousel. At this point we decided it was a wise decision not to have hired a car and attempted to find our farm stay in the dark. But then the taxi option didn't work out ...
... exaggeration, something I am not know for but it certainly felt like it when my tongue swept around the inside of my mouth and encountered the profile of the rim of avolcano. How wonderful to greet the rellies with a big toothless smile!
On closer inspection it turned out that the top of a molar had fallen off - probably in disgust at the amount of food it was being asked to process.
I should mention, at this point, that I have always been of the opinion, ...
... up, we got ready for our last fancy dinner on the ship at a steakhouse called Cagney’s. We each had lobster and shrimp as well as dessert that neither one of us could finish.
In order to have our luggage carried out of the cruise for us, we had to have had it packed and ready by midnight. Obviously, since we’re never on time for anything, we didn’t make the deadline. The few glasses of wine we each had probably didn’t ...
... because lunch was so ginormous. I had mussels and squid and then a burger. (Sorry Yasmin!) I got to go swimming again after lunch but not for very long. There were awesome waves in the sea and that's my favourite part. I finished my movie on the way home and I was really tired so I went to bed shortly after.
After a slight sleep in, we decided we would head to the opposite beach of the island from yesterday. We ended ...
... 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”