Sailed over to Palma de Mallorca, resort city (with resort prices), and capital of the Spanish island of Mallorca, 12th largest urban area of Spain with 401,000. Below is Palma Cathedral, lit up at night, as seen from our marina! Walking the streets of Palma! Below, Nagoya restaurant brought back memories of our great trip to the REAL Nagoya, Japan in 2000!! Flour windmills, from the 16th-19th centuries, are symbolic features of the Balearic Islands of Spain, representing prosperity and engineering acumen, and maintained for tourism. Above, another view of Palma Cathedral! Below we spent a very enjoyable evening on Orontes II, with our nephew-in-law (?), John Jose, who is living in Palma, teaching English as a second language.The next day, we enjoyed mass at Parroquia Immaculada Concepcio, Church of the Immaculate Conception, also called Saint Magi.