C/ Goleta s/n, Playa de Palma, Majorca, 07610, Spain
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Palma de Mallorca
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man w/sharp knife in front of the Soller Cathedral
Having lived in Mallorca for six years I still dont know if there is a snooker table on the island.
Does anyone know as we keep visiting England just to play snooker! Would rather play here.
Why don't you just Google??? Funny, that when I did, I found a German snooker site asking the same question :))) What is it with that island and snooker? Do they hate it?
I found some hotels with tables - for instance:
Hotetur Don Pedro Hotel Mallorca Island
Cala Clara, S/N.
07649 Cala San Vicente - Mallorca
C/. Goleta, s/n
Can Pastilla Mallorca 07610
Sol de Alcudia
Via Venecia 3, Puerto Alcudia
C/ Alferez Cerda 22, Palma de Mallorca
Although of course I cannot say anything about the state of those tables but one of them must surely be decent and allow visitors if you visit their bar...?
Have you been to any of the places listed, or did you manage to find out any more. My husband wants to play snooker in Mallorca as well, but all I can find are pool tables
hope you find this a bit of news i am a table fitter and am moving to mallorca in july where i will be looking for premises to put 2 fullsize snooker tables and a bar i will be also selling tables from 6 ft pool tables up to full size snooker all types of accssesories from chalk to cues if you have any questions you can mail me on email@example.com
RE: RE: Snooker
have some good news for you,we will shortly be opening a bar in El Toro with 2 tables. Visit our web site at www.soonker-cafe-mallorca.com look forward to hear from you.
Travel Tips for Palma de Mallorca
Ensaimadas are by far the Mallorca's best-known culinary creation. Ensaimadas are baked from lard, flour, eggs, and sugar. The result is a kind of sweet, flattish, round, puff-pastry bun in a spiral-shaped pattern. The smallest ones - about five inches in diameter - are sold individually in bakeries. Larger ensaimadas are bought for consumption as desserts - cut up and served as pieces of cake would be - for special occasions, particularly by tourists to take back to their homes on the mainland. Some are filled with cream, others with cabello de angel, which translates as angel's hair - a strange substance composed of long threads of sweet pasta, known by culinary experts as vermicelli. Another more rustic variety of ensaimada is filled with sobrasada - Majorcan sausage.
Fake ensaimadas have made an unwelcome appearance on the island in recent years. Genuine ensaimadas are composed entirely of local products, while the counterfeits are baked from frozen pasta imported from the mainland. Though a layperson is unlikely to note much difference between a genuine ensaimada and a fraudulent one, in 1996 the local authorities introduced an official denomination of origin scheme to protect the reputation of the true Mallorquin ensaimada. Some 280 bakeries on the island make ensaimadas daily and about half of them (almost all the Palma ones) have joined the project. These establishments display an official plaque, while boxes containing their large-sized ensaimadas carry a label marked Ensaimada de Mallorca. Consell Regulador Denominacio Especifica.
Anse 2004 Car Hire
We hired a car from Anse 2004 which was a few doors down from our hotel on Paseo Maritimo. We got a VW Polo which was in very good condition. At the end of the hire period we could drop the keys off at our hotel reception which was very handy.
I would recommend this company.
We were quite a scene in this restaurant, and gathered puzzled looks from people. Two pale girls to come eat snails is probably not what is expected... The service was really friendly, though, and we got complimentary drinks for dessert. Even though the lemon liqoeur didn't really please our taste buds! Snails!! A large portion of snails (as tapas) only cost about 1000pts, a lot cheaper than you would ever get in a restaurant at home. Too bad they weren't marinated in garlic... that would've been perfect!!
For my main course I had a selection of grilled meat, although it wasn't all that special, it was nice to watch the chef prepare the meat on an open grill.
A Trip to Deia & Valdemossa
Some years ago on another trip, I took a rather terrifying, but most rewarding, bus journey back from Soller via Deia and Valdemossa to Palma.
I have to confess, I sat on the side of the bus that was nearer to the mountain rather than the big drop he he and was a little nervous, but the views were worth it.
The bohemian town of Deia is stunning - and has always attracted a large number of artists, writers and musicians over the years. English poet Robert Graves died here in 1985 and is buried in the hillside cemetery.
The main street is lined with artists workshops and there are plenty of relaxed bars & cafes from which to just sit and sketch or do nothing in particular.
The Cove of Deia-- situated down a dusty track, between the capes of Deia & Son Beltran is the most perfect place to take a dip in the sea, where you can also have a delicious meal in the one restaurant by the water. Tales of infamous beach parties are in abundance here!
This place is one of Mallorca's treasured places & I would love to to go back and spend more time there.
The monestary at Valdemossa sits high above the sea level, with amazing views. The origins of Valldemossa are said to be from prehistoric times and Valldemosa has always been a famous and favourite spot in Mallorca - Frederic Chopin and George Sand came to live in the town, their visit apparently lasting only 98 days.
There is much to see including museums, churches, plenty of places to have a cool drink or eat a meal or you can just amble around looking at the wonderful views.
I particularly enjoyed a walk through the Monastery Gardens before heading back to the bus stop for the rather less scarey ride back to Palma.
La residencia Hotel is where I am saving to go for my next visit!
Close to Palau Vivot, the church of Santa Eulalia, in the square with the same name is one of the oldest and more important of Palma. Coming from the 12th century it suffered drastic changes, showing today a Neogothic facade built in the 19th century. It's a good solution for a short brake in the shade.
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Address: C/ Goleta s/n, Playa de Palma, Majorca, 07610, Spain