VR Territory opened on International Drive 2 months ago. As my son is a huge fan of anything to do with technology and computers and has asked me for a VR system continuously for the last year, we absolutely had to check it out.
It was the first day of our Florida trip so we decided to splash out and break one of our Florida theme park rules – “Don’t eat in the parks!”
At Universal Studios Islands of Adventure, opposite a Mystical fountain that speaks to you and overlooking the lake, is a restaurant called Mythos.
Menorca, a popular holiday destination, is a small Spanish island near to Ibiza and Majorca and probably the least spoilt of the three. Other than spending time in one of the many all inclusive hotels or holiday apartments, here is our guide of things to do when holidaying in Menorca:
The town of Mahon is the new capitol city of Menorca. It is situated in the East of the island and contains the main airport.
Menorca is an island with many beautiful beaches and coves. There are sandy beaches with gently shelving entry to the sea, perfect for kids. There are warm turquoise waters that invite you in as soon as you see them. There are coves which reward your effort of walking or sailing to them with their peace and great snorkelling.
Cales Coves is one of my favourite places to visit in Menorca.
The Calas Coves are ancient burial caves that have been carved into the rocks. The caves date all the way back to the pre-talaiotic period and they can be seen all around the coves. The area was also used by the Romans as the first harbour in Menorca. This was because of how sheltered the coves are from the sea and land.
With a lot of car parking nearby, the pretty little beach at Punta Prima has a lovely lot of white sand and clear blue, warm sea. There are sunbeds to hire and strange ice cream cone shaped ashtrays with lids to borrow. There are also public toilets available
This lovely beach of white sand can be found in the South East of the island of Menorca. You can drive to the beach and park nearby to the wheelchair and pushchair friendly paths leading down to the sand.
When I caught a glimpse of the sea at Cala Galdana I wanted to jump straight in. The colour of the water was amazing and so inviting.
Splash is one of the few water parks on the island of Menorca. It shares a car park with the Hotel Sur Menorca whose guests can use it at no extra cost, however it is also open to the public.
It isn’t the largest of water parks but it does have something to suit everyone. There are plenty of sun loungers, a small shop, stands selling snacks and a bar where you can purchase drinks.