Fiesta Club Palm Beach
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... borrowed from Fede was... less than stellar and I questioned the stability of it multiple times, but I pushed on. Initially I was nervous about riding again but once I got on and took off the night I picked up the bike, I felt like nothing could stop me. After all, I had been running for almost a month and I knew I could handle the exertion of the exercise. However, I was still anxious about how I would be once on the bike and on the road with cars. Surprisingly, ...
My friends Elisabeth, Brittney, and I needed something to do for the day in Ibiza. We found a woman selling tickets for a glass bottom boat with unlimited Sangria. She told us we could drink Sangria until we fell off the boat. The boat was neither glass bottomed, and we received one half-glass of Sangria when we arrived, but this beach made it worth the ...
... there for a sunset. And believe me, this will happen at some point. And now that I have had a taste, I cant wait to return! We hiked back around and then down a steep slope to what is called Atlantis, or officially called Se Pedrera. (And Dad, if you google it, it does say its a nudist beach, but we only saw one or two wandering around. And I did not partake! Just wanted to make that clear.)
The pictures say a lot more than I can describe, but I will say this.. The water ...
... The warmth came back after about 40 hours, the ears took a bit longer! We spent that night eating pizza by the pool.
On Wednesday we had to catch 3 different buses to get to Es Cana (which actually turned out okay). Like the rest of Ibiza, the northern town had a beautiful clear clean beach. But we hadn't come for the beach we had come for the Hippy Markets. Walking through the small beachside town it reminded me a bit of Port Fairy. ...
... heat. It felt very Greek with the cobbled wide paths and white stone buildings with splashes of blues. D'Alt Vila though small, is very high up has 2,500 years history and is a world heritage site. After entering through the drawbridge you enter the main square with a few cafes and boutique shops and then work your way up through the beautiful buildings and cobbled streets. There is some incredible lookouts over the Port where canons ...