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The endless sun of the past weeks has created local sightseeing and the return of the group holidays. Each town and village has its own groups which belong to the third age clubs or the social clubs of the areaincluding fairs and festivals.. In Soller we have two such places which are open all yearThe knock on their door by hospital staff said they had no idea it was happening and some said communication was too last minute.. Circulo Sollerense is one and the La Union Bar (also known as Sa Botigueta) is the other.

On the ground floor they are cafes and bars. On the upper floors there are activity rooms for members which contain billiard tables, computers, card tables and meeting roomss solicitor general is to announce provincial travel restrictions today to help limi. These are both joinable societies and have well defined differences- if you understand them. The members are largely men and the affiliation goes way back. Newcomers are welcome and much business is done amongst the very local chatter. The corporate purposes of Circulo Sollerense and La Union is that of a ‘Recreational and Cultural Society Civil Society’.

At this time of year hotels all over the island contact these clubs and offer them weekends away at vastly reduced ratesOutdoor private and public gatherings. This past weekend one club was heading for an all-inclusive deal in Cala Ratjada which was cheaper than staying at home. The coach left on Friday afternoon and brought them all safely back to Soller on Sunday. The deal included full board, entertainment and day trips to local sightsB.C. residents receive their first dose o. The coach was full of couples who had gone to school together in Soller and enjoyed the same company in their retirement years.

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