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... drive to destinations in Spain based on the name of the town on the road signs. Gibraltar didn't appear on any signs until we were almost there. Luckily, we did a good route study before leaving.
Gibraltar is a British territory, so it means crossing a border to get in (a border which is actually the airport's runway!). You hear a lot of stories about hour long ...
... the bag wasn't worth it and ran away. We were howling!
The view is amazing from up there. It was a clear day so we could see Morocco across the Strait of Gibraltar. We were treated to a family of Macaques that was showing off it's new little baby. So cute!
Gibraltar is worth seeing at least once. It's different and it's crazy. No rhyme or reason to roads or traffic but that rock is as cool as I imagined as a kid. I'm glad we went. ...
... sure who suggested this idea, but it was a long, long, long way down to get back to Main Street. I stopped counting the stairs we had come down mainly because I can't count that high. It was like Rome revisited. On the way down we stopped to go through an old Moorish castle from the 1500's.
Once we hit the main street Tom and I knew that we deserved a few beers just to get rehydrated, so we stopped at a local bar ...
... up higher to make them more effective. The last siege was the French and Spanish against the British. Under the Treaty of Utrecht, Gibralter became a British colony.
As we came down from the highest point, we stopped midway to see the Barbary Apes. These are not apes at all but are monkeys from Morocco. During WWII, their numbers decreased markedly until there were only 3 left. Winston Churchill had more monkeys brought ...
... a supermarket stocking Waitrose goods. Took the Cable Car to the top of the rock and walked down. The natural caves were worth a look - set out for a concert with rows of chairs, lovely acoustics - although the occasional drips from the roof might be disconcerting.
The Siege Tunnels were very interesting - they have helped keep Gibraltar from ...