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Old 01-05-2008, 16:11
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Hi Im a new poster to the forum. Love Puerto Pollensa and returning to Cala San Vicente for the third time in the last 4 years at the end of May Looking forward to the market which I thought was on a Wednesday, read somewhere of one on Sunday is that right? Looks like you have a great forum here
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Old 01-05-2008, 16:55
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Hi saintstephen (are you really a saint? )
and welcome to the forum!
ive never been to CSV, but i think i will go, when we are at PP in Aug. I believe the sea is better for snorkeling? am i right?
The market in PP is on a Wed, but i think you could be getting confused with the one in Pollensa, which is on a Sun.
Hope to read more of your post soon!
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Old 01-05-2008, 17:03
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Welcome Saint Stephen!

I'm looking foward to reading your posts and hope you have a great holiday at the end of May!

Jane
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Old 01-05-2008, 18:48
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Thank you all for the welcome yes I am really a saint living in St.Helens

Snorkeling is very good with plenty to see and a small rock in the sea to swim to. There was also a good spot for diving(though I never tried it, no bottle for heights I'm afraid) I know we land on Tuesday, so will be going to the Wednesday Market; think your right I must be getting mixed up with the Sunday one at Pollensa.

Thanks again for the warm welcome
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Alcudia has a large market on a sunday.

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Old 01-05-2008, 22:11
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welcome st. stephen. CSV is my favourite part of the Island. We will be there in sept. staying at the Don Pedro. Where are you staying? On 9th may we will be in cala bona another great place, don't think there is a bad place on the island!!
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bee67 you probably know me as colinwaldron from elsewhere We are staying at the Don Pedro, stayed there on each of our previous two visits and I agree with you about CSV, it is like a secret garden in the north of Majorca
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bee67 you probably know me as colinwaldron from elsewhere We are staying at the Don Pedro, stayed there on each of our previous two visits and I agree with you about CSV, it is like a secret garden in the north of Majorca
I've actually said to you on another forum to let me know what the don pedro is like. You obviously enjoy it there. What restaurants do you use.? Our favourite is L'Alba, we find Lolly (dolores) the owner really friendly. We also like Las Marinas opposite the Simar, spent many an hour there.
I've hopefully posted a photo of my grandson in the photo section. I told you about him in a PM
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