The atmosphere of the bar complemented the innovative food and drink perfectly.
The street party in the centre of Palma.
"In the end it is not going to be possible to live in Palma”, said the association. "This is a jungle.”
Desiring something sweet to round off our meal, we sought “coca de albaricoque”, a traditional Mallorcan pastry adorned with apricot halves.
The subjects engaged in full intimate relations without regard for the presence of onlookers.
I think that I might have just found my new favourite pizza place in Palma!
The federation of residents associations says that coexistence between nightlife and residents has become unsustainable.
Terraces on C. Fàbrica in Santa Catalina.
Palma town hall has been handed a list of the "most problematic establishments" in the city.
The two generous slices of Sirloin, with just enough fat on the edges not to be dry, were up there with the best beef I have had on the island.
Residents complain that the whole neighbourhood smells of pee.
Santa Catalina, popular because of its restaurants but also with its problems.
"Those affected have endured another day without being able to sleep. The streets have dawned with urine in many corners, broken glass bottles on the floor and other remains of binge drinking, accumulated in some places for several days."
Palma town hall is marking out terraces so that limits are clear.
Santa Catalina - people on the streets at 4.30am.
Palma's Santa Catalina - a focus for the apparent incompatibility between lives of residents and nightlife culture.
Santa Catalina residents are making frequent complaints about noise.
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