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Old 06-06-2008, 12:02
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Its ok pollensa, just dont tell the administrator, I think it may be on the corner of Reina M Chritina and Jonquer, if that makes sense, perhaps a resident could confirm, do you need to buy some socks?

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Old 06-06-2008, 12:13
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We found it when walking towards the square from Siller. It's on a corner as SWS says with a little car park/ concrete area at the rear - looks like nothing but is big inside. It's in the residential part beween the new Formentor Road and the square. Off Joan xxiii somewhere near that odd little roundabout - think calle del Xaloc looking at the map. I thought maybe Calle de Roger de Lluria

Sorry directions are sketchy - we usually just wander about and don't look at road names. I know - lets go to PP now and I'll show you where it is.

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Old 06-06-2008, 12:31
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I think I have confused you again Lala, I was talking about the one in the town not the port.
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Default Caprabo

Was always fascinated by the wet fish counter in Caprabo and wonder if it will be as good in Eroski.

Other than Caprabo I was only aware of the fishmonger next to C'an Ferra but I recently spotted another one , and a bit larger.

On Vicente Buades, or Roger de Flor, on the right side as you come from Juan X111.

Maybe some help to those who like to cook fish at home?
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Old 06-06-2008, 15:02
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I think now that Lala is talking about Hiper? They don't have much of a website! - see http://www.hipercentro.com/
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Old 06-06-2008, 15:06
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Default Listen to Caprabo/Eroski

More on the Caprabo/Eroski matter - turn on your sound & practice listening to Spanish http://www.caprabo.com/avantatges/ma...arques_es.html
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Old 06-06-2008, 15:09
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I think you are right, I remember one there now on the way around to the traffic lights I think, last time I went that way there was a lot of building work going on.
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Yep think that's maybe the one - round from the traffic lights near the art shop.

Sorry SWS for the confusion. Lala

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ah, so that explains all the empty shelves the other day

we always used to get shoes & bits & pieces for the kids in there

but faced witha half empty store we came out without getting any Pedro Xeminez old sherry....unforgiveable
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As Caprabo was quite empty when we were out in May and the Eroski near us is very small we started using Hiper on Calle V.Buades. It is quite good for bits and bobs.

Sharon
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