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Old 19-05-2008, 12:07
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Default Activities for wet weather

Hi I'm coming to Puerto Pollensa on the 27th for the first time. I had planned a beach type holiday but what with the recent weather and forecast I thought I should have a few back up activities. Can anyone suggest interesting things to do in the wet in the surrounding area? Thanks
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Old 19-05-2008, 12:25
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Hi Luke, I wouldn't worry too much about the weather, it changes so quickly over there, it can be raining in the morning and boiling hot on the beach in the afternoon. As for things to do, if you have a hire car there are lots of things to do, if you check out the threads on what to do when you are there, there are lots of suggestions for things to do if it is raining, like museums, art galleries, the caves and shopping at the large centres also the train trip would still be a good trip. I sure you will enjoy it what ever the weather
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Hi Luke - SWS is right - plenty to do. My favourite rainy pastime? Long leisurely lunch then afternoon nap - heaven!!
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Old 19-05-2008, 14:03
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Lala, of cause forgot to include the obvious, find a nice quiet bar have a drink and read the paper or a good book, or even visit a cybercafé and let us know everything you are up to.
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