Iberostar Alcudia Park
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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... time in museums, this actually suited me just fine, and being another beautiful sunny day, I was happy to spend it wandering around outside. I started out the day by walking down to the cathedral. It is a stunning piece of architecture that is still I use today. Winding down and through the lanes and side streets I found myself at the waterfront and the sound of hip-hop music and lots of people exercising! This was definitely not something that I was expecting, especially on ...
Aptly named, this mostly flat route has the bonus of stopping at a well-known restaurant for fantastic cakes at the midpoint. I'll be honest, while it was nice to be back on the bike again, visiting the shop and seeing how much pride the creator of these goodies had with her wares... And the joy in parsing them up for people to consume was a close second. Did I mention that at 95km in length, this ...
... bathing suits, we waded in only as far as our knees. The beach is on a bay, festooned with palm trees and much like White Rock beach, only larger, more tropical and without the railroad tracks. On our bus ride to the airport, we did notice several high end resorts in Palma, But I kind of liked the kitschy area we stayed in. We'd go back there again and spend more ...
... According to 'See Mallorca': The journey to Sa Calobra is as memorable as the bay itself. A twisting road around Puig Major plunges 800m in just 12km, turning 270 degrees at one point to loop under itself (a feature known as the 'Knotted Tie'). A much better and easier approach is by boat from Port de Soller, passing genuinely isolated bays with an excellent view of Puig Major, albeit spoilt by the military installations on the summit of Mallorca's ...
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 ...