AC Hotel La Linea by Marriott
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The hotel is nice but it's in a fairly run down area in La Linea
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It was an early start from our hotel and off to the Ferry wharf at Tangier to catch the early ferry across the Straits to Spain. And so we were to farewell Morocco! Unfortunately, a one hour delay whist there was a problem with the cargo doors meant we sat cooling our heels in the lounge and a late start to our onward programme towards Gibraltar. We have heard though that often there are delays due to desperate Moroccans trying to board ...
... apes but saw them all over the rock. St Michael's cave was amazing. It is big enough to hold musical performances inside as shown in my photo. After visiting the old Moorish Castle we headed for the oldest pub in Gibraltar and tried the local brew. Was it good? Probably, but after all the walking and climbing dishwater would gave seemed ...
... treasure，so I know that I have to face something vital,like hungry and poor.
Whatever,my dream drags me to the trip，and I believe that the universe will help me if I need it.So I have already made the decision,I must follow it until I get it.
... overnight stop, was on the estuary, in sight of the 1st Century town, and Spain, where we had just left. This type of camping is known as 'wild camping', and this was wild camping at its best. 1st May Moved on from the overnight stop, just down the road to a campsite. The plan was to visit the local town of Caminha; its market, town square and small cobbled streets. Apparently the best town in Northern Portugal. Nice, but not sure it lived up to its billing. At the ...
... as they made their way to the church. We found a small restaurant nearby and watched the festivities. I was able to sneak into the front of the church and take photos of the various people as they laid their flowers at the foot of the altar. It was a very interesting and colourful event.
We then left and found a great restaurant that specialized in seafood, and had great meals of red tuna, and prawns. We lazily closed the day with an aperitif and were in bed by ...