Hello! This past weekend, my friend Sally and I caught a plane to the largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca. One of the many reasons I love Spain: cheap travel! For example, I paid a total of 32 euros ($35) for my roundtrip plane ticket. Not too shabby, eh?
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Our plan going into the weekend was to spend our entire time on the beach, but once we arrived and saw the beauty of the island, that plan quickly changed! On our first day in Mallorca, we rented bikes and explored the southern coast a bit, stopping every once in a while to take in the amazing views!
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Photo May 02
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Photo May 05
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After riding for a few hours, we started to get hungry and decided to search for some authentic German food. Why German food in Spain? Well before we left, many of our German friends from school warned us that Mallorca is basically another German city, as apparently it is one of the most popular tourist destinations for those living in Germany. Since neither one of us have vacationed in Germany, we decided to embrace it! After searching a bit, a little restaurant with a Swiss flag sticker on the door caught my eye. This one’s for you Grossdady! We both ordered a schnitzel along with a glass of German beer.
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*Notice the small sticker on the door to the left of my head.
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Although we didn’t spend too much time relaxing on the beach as originally planned, we were still able to thoroughly enjoy the beautiful blue skies and warm temperatures that the island had to offer! More Mallorca next time. 🙂
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