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baby on tour

by alan4berny Online Now May 28, 2007 at 3:42 AM

hello. i was wondering if anyone could help me please. i am going on holiday to alcudia next month and i wanted to know if the pathways etc are suitable for my mam and nana to push me along in my buggy? thank you lewis age 1 x x

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    Re: baby on tour

    by DrSlump Online Now May 28, 2007 at 11:51 PM

    Hello. First of all excuse my english is not very good, but I think i can make myself understood.

    You are asking about "alcudia" but there are hundreds of "Alcudia" in Spain. "Alcudia" is a name taken from muslim dommination period in Spain.

    If you are talking about "Alcudia-Mallorca-Balearic Islands" you don't have to worry about the pathways. You can rent a car and you can go where yo want with your baby.

    Alcudia it's a nice place if you are looking for sun and beach. If you want something more "cultural" please visit "Sant Salvador-Felanitx"-"Castell de Santueri-Felanitx" are very quiet places.

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    Re: baby on tour

    by Sjalen Online Now May 30, 2007 at 2:35 AM

    But what if you want to WALK not drive? Can you do that on the pavements with a baby buggy?

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    Re: baby on tour

    by DrSlump Online Now May 30, 2007 at 4:40 AM

    Of course. You can walk too. Everywhere.

    Including treeking if you want. There are a lot of cycling routes arround Alcudia this routes can be used by people walking too.

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