The St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... his white dinner jacket, black trousers, black shirt and white bow tie. Our team performed admirably in the syndicate quiz finishing 1st equal on 17 points. However we lost out on the tie-break. The question was "How long was the Hundred Years' War"? There were 3 teams in the tiebreak. We thought 113 years and the other 2 teams went for 65 and 114 years. The correct answer was 116 so we were close but not close ...
... They liked coming here for the sea breezes. It is high on a hill and overlooks the harbour. We stop for a washroom break and some snapshots of the harbour.
Back on the bus and we head to the center of the city where there is a real live bull ring. They actually still have bull fights here as they have in days gone by. This is actually a relatively new structure, dating from 1929. It has three levels and looks kind of small if you ask me. Not ...
... a couple of hours wandering the streets. it is a very beautiful and clean city with lovely narrow lanes and nice shops. On our way back to the shuttle we stopped at a street side restaurant and enjoyed A glass of sangria while checking the wifi. The shops here suggest a well to do clientele and that is supported by the number and quality of the pleasure craft in the Marina. The Cathedral looked a magnificent site but unfortunately we did not have time to visit. ...
... Torrent de Pareis. This is unbelievably a dried up river bed and it cuts through the mountains out to sea. As such, the beach is pebbles of various sizes rather than sand, but the view from the beach to sea through two giant rocks is beautiful. The Mallorquin landscape, of white/grey rocks, interspersed with bright green trees and seas of turquoise and vibrant dark blue is ...
... before heading up to the town of Soller for dinner. We ate at a little place recommended by Trisha, which specialises in "pintxos" - which are generally small pieces of baguette with various toppings - very nice. Maybe the highlight of dinner though was the strange device that came with my cider, which helped pour and aerate the cider before drinking it as a shot... Not sure how this would go down back in the West Country! After a few cider ...