B&B Casa Sol y Luna

Address: El Padron, Estepona, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29680, Spain and Canary Islands | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on El Padron, Estepona, is near Selwo Aventura, Estepona Golf, and Palaeontology Museum of Estepona.
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      3 WEEKS TO GIBRALTAR

      A travel blog entry by jilly361 on May 27, 2014

      3 comments

      ... he ended up at the Spanish marina close by to collect Mark, reprovision and refuel. All told it took him 3 weeks and 2 days to reach Gib mostly motorsailing against the Westerly wind.

      He is in very good spirits and only went through one hell of a storm as he progressed from Sardinia to Ibiza.

      They left Gibraltar ...

      The Apes Den

      A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 02, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... and then get ourselves over to the cable car to take us up to the "top of the rock" before all the other cruisers made it there. No real lineup so we made it to the top in quick order. As soon we got out of the cable car we were confronted with a "herd of apes". So cute, but yet so conniving - if you don't watch what you own - it's gone in a flash. I'm sure that they must have a little shop somewhere in town
      where they ...

      Day 6 - Venture to the Rock of Gibraltar

      A travel blog entry by csalas98 on Jun 17, 2013

      15 photos

      ... areas. The bunkers could house up to 12,000 people during the time it as built. The people could survive for three weeks without having to come outside. There are some great photos that show the viewpoints and advantages the bunkers strategic location had. Today, many of the bunkers are a storage faculty for NATO and contain a large supplies of ammunition, torpedoes and other war like material. Most of the Siege Tunnels are off limits. They are protected ...

      The Rock

      A travel blog entry by pegannon on Jun 06, 2013

      1 comment, 113 photos

      ... the British were fighting the Spanish in 1779 - 1783. Incredible what they were able to do by hand and how far along they went. We were going to do the WW2 tunnels but they were a separate fee and figured after seeing the Siege tunnel, would be a letdown. After talking to some fellow travelers, we were right. And by this time, wrap or not, my ankle was throbbing again. So, we decide to ...

      Cheeky Monkeys, Indeed!

      A travel blog entry by candice_irby on Mar 19, 2013

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... else seems very British.

      I wish we were taking the cable car to the top of the Rock, but the views from Europa Point are breathtaking. John is happy. As we make our way further up the Rock, the van driver cautions us not to touch the Barbary macaques--a type of tailless monkey said to be brought to Spain by the Arabs. As we are getting off the bus, he tells a woman carrying a plastic bag of food to leave it on the bus. An ape jumps on the back of one of ...