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Travel Blogs from Gaucin
... hearing her screams round the mountain. The views were stunning and we could see Africa shrouded in the mist, making us even more excited about heading that way.
We were running out of time so headed back to the bottom to stock up on duty free booze, we could have bought bottles of Vodka for £2.99 but decided to splash out and spend £5.50 on some decent stuff. We ended up with 1 vodka, 2 Morgan's Spiced, ...
... straight forward & easy, a quick glance at our passports & we were waved through. Once there we found ourselves on some even tinier streets than those we had managed to make our way down in Malaga! Once again we got to see lovely old buildings & more spectacular views. It was evident that some buildings were built prior to ...
... in both Spanish and English took us braving the narrow and winding roads that were build by the military on the rock to all the sites on the Itinerary. This included the monument of The Pillars of the Hercules - The Rock of Gibraltar is one of the Pillars and the legend has it that Hercules split the land and created the straight of Gibraltar. The second of the pillars is on the African Side. The second sight was the St. Michael's Cave which was an amazingly large cave with ...
3:20pm Thurs: We’ve walked a few blocks and come across an inviting green park space overlooking the ocean. We stop and sit on a park bench.The weather is amazing. Neither of us want to move. We notice dark clouds forming in the distance. Finally we embarrassingly decide to just retreat to the McDonald’s after all. We are tired from the past 10 hours, ...
... Gibraltans) lies the runway of its airfield built from stone dug out of the Rock of Gibraltar when the British Army constructed many tunnels. The Spanish border was closed by the Spanish government in 1969 but it was reopened without restriction in 1985 when Spain joined the EU.
As we toured, we could see remnants of walls and bastions that circumnavigate the town and Trafalgar Cemetery. What I found truly amazing ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking