Fiesta Hotel Castell Playa
Travel Blogs from Arenal d'en Castell
... inhabitants, decided to commence a 2.3km hike to get us to a beach perhaps a little less travelled Cala Macarella and that we did. It was a beautiful walk with many a snap taken looking out into the bays we walked around. We finally hit a boardwalk down and when we saw the sign for parking... we knew that this beach wouldnt be as unihabitated as we would have hoped haha We still took a lovely dip in the water there and rustled up a spot in what was left of ...
It was not an option to miss our favorite summer holiday destination: Menorca. Our 9th year going to Ciutadella, a perfect opportunity to spend quality time (and lobster) with Elisa's family before the trip.
The weather, as usual, was perfect, sunny every day, 28C. The beaches fantastic, the water so transparent.
Normally I wouldn't go to visit places because I prefered staying in the hotel and when I had to go out with my father I was very angry with parents. So for this reason, they had to stay the majority of the holidays in the hotel with me and couldn't visit the tourist places of the ...
... days that we find a venue full and fun. If this had been the case every evening, our feelings about this ship would be even better than they are. Sailing away at 6:00, an hour early, we have a great time when we also run into our new friends from Australia, Chris and Nicole. They, refugees from the music business, are a breath of fresh air.
We have dinner reservations at 8:00 poolside but those are canceled due to ...
... were off....
A gruelling 250nm passage from the southern tip of Sardinia. We managed to complete the journey in 36hrs with a top speed of 10.4 knots (Theo - I was not amused) and an average of about 8knots. The wind consistently blew a 15 knots with occasional gusts of up to 20 knots. It was a lumpy sea making everyone except Richard feel queasy down below. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking