- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the chef. Roasted chicken, and mashed potatoes for the second night. She's living the dream. OK, a couple of things. The plan to start exchanging Dollars to Euros for the morons was plain genius. The sign directing the idiots to our cabin will go up on the currency machine in the morning. This trip will be paid for by Tuesday. Now believe it, or not I did laundry tonight. I will be admitted again to the fitness center. However, now people may get close again which we can't ...
... toilets before someone pointed out to me that the men’s where upstairs. After looking around the gift shop we descended down the hill a little back to where the minivans were parked to see the monkeys again. A few more monkeys had shown up and a small crowd of both us and old Asian tourists had gathered around for a photo. The guide showed a few people how to hold your hand in a closed fist and the monkeys think you have food so they will come up ...
... be on a boat, no way back to civilisation (at least not for a long time) , and only a thin layer of fiberglass between you and the elements.
Setting off was a great feeling. We had planned to get on the boat at the fuel jetty with some last minute purchases. However we were denied this exit and so instead had to get creative, like fugitives jumping onto the boat from a nearby bridge. Bursting out of the harbor at ...
... of Gibraltar, and we were greeted to wonderful view of the Iberian coast, as well as the northern tip of Morocco, which was clear and visible from the top. The view was exhilarating, unfortunately the same can't be said for the monkeys, one of whom gave Dad a nudge on the way past, and another who jumped about a metre and a half up to another ledge spoiling our photo!
We had lunch in a café at the top of the rock, and after making our way back ...
... family visiting from Austria. Our driver, Nick, grew up in the area and was very knowledgeable. I was great having him as a tour guide. The first stop was the Caves of St Michael. For those of you from New Mexico, it's a lot like Carlsbad Caverns, however,I this in the rock above the ground. The cave has been turned into a music hall due to its acoustics. There are nightly performances by the orchestra. The cave is immense. Picture a 300 seat auditorium in ...