AC Hotel La Linea by Marriott
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We reached the town of Concepcion/La Linea while there was still daylight. This town borders Gibraltar, also known as The Rock of Gibraltar, and boy they were not kidding when they gave it that name. I was under the impression there was some kind of ceremonial rock with a bronze plaque on it and that's what they meant by The Rock. But as we …
So After Madrid I decided to go to Gibraltar. I looked for hotels on line but, it seems there aren't all that many hotels on the Rock itself. Instead I ended up in a hotel on the spanish side of the border in a town called La Linea.
I took a train from Madrid to Algeciras which took about 4 hours. From there it was a 30 minute cab ride. I …
... Spanish tapas. We wander back to the little square around nine and people are only just beginning to come out. Little streets are completely filled with tables and chairs and with having no knowledge of where is good (except the obvious, if locals are eating there...) we choose a table and sit down. Immediately a plate of gordal olives (my favourite, best from Lyttleton market) and bread are placed on our table. While ...
... a tunnel that will allow them to become an International Airport so in one year, this experience will be gone. There are three flights in the morning and three flights in the afternoon, and when the planes come in everything comes to a halt. The Rock is basically hollow, full of caves and the Grand Siege tunnels, which were hand carved, blasted in the 1700's. We were able to experience and walk through the tunnel and enter the cave. St. Michaels Cave was used as a bomb proof ...
... grim plate of Captain Birdseye fish & chips. Steve did his best Bob Hoskins impression and we got a good deal at the bureau de change. The walk to and fro was across the runway, which Iain enjoyed.
Back home in Estepona some cunning was needed to jiggle the key out of the inside of the door so we could get in (I was almost in big trouble) and Cathy had a frog in her ...
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The hotel is nice but it's in a fairly run down area in La Linea
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