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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Postcard from Mallorca: Palma's Old City

We've been renting an apartment in Palma's old town for the past two weeks - although we're about to head on the road again around Mallorca for five days of pick-ups of photos Terry couldn't get the first trip round due to cloudy weather. I love the streets of Palma's old city (pictured), especially at night, and I must admit I'm going to miss them, even though we've only had a short time here. While the old town lacks the buzz of other parts of Palma - there are very few restaurants in this area of the city, and just a few cafes and bars a couple of blocks away, it's the tranquility and moodiness of this part of the city that's so appealling.

3 comments:

jen laceda said...

I quite enjoy wandering through lonely alleys myself. I like feeling 'lonely' sometimes...

Lara Dunston said...

So do I! I wish I had more time to 'get lost' in these kinds of places actually, and spent less time looking at maps, but such is the nature of the job... sigh...

Mark H said...

I never get tired or bored of the wonderful old villages and hill-top towns sprinkled across so many European countries, even if some are packed with shops selling plastic trinkets. Some hide wonderful food experiences.