Apartamentos Manilva Green
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... works quite nicely… There’s the rather unpretentious City Hall, you go through another old wall then a cozy, shady little cemetery that looks like such a nice place to be dead in… There’s a very colonial looking old courthouse of sorts… and that’s it, the end of Old Gibraltar. Next comes the cable ride which I of course will not take. First of all because I’m to stingy and secondly because I feel I should conquer Gibraltar ...
... little prefab cafe area with the after work crowd and 1 euro beers so I headed there. I have become a wimp about cigarette smoke and even for cheap beer, I couldn't bring myself to sit at the outdoor standup bar tables because of the smoke. The Spaniards are relentless and unrepentant about smoking. So I decided to breakdown and get a McDonald's McFlurry and use their free internet too. Lo and behold, they sell beer there. Big and cheap. I know beer and McFlurrys don't go well ...
... ever since, water will not be a problem.
Back in Mallorca we had Orca hauled out of the water for about a week, to have the hull and rudder checked and some repairs made to a few items along with a fresh coat anti fouling paint being applied to the hull, so from top to bottom we have done our homework, I think we are ready.
It’s now daylight outside, things to do and check for tomorrow we set out.
To be continued……….
... dirtier city. Even in Barcelona, where 1.5 million people live, the streets were clean with minimal graffiti and no plastic or paper bags blowing in the streets. Gibraltar was grotty and much more down-market.
The other thing I thought Gibraltar lacked was soul – the tapas bars are replaced by fish and chip shops, curries and kebabs. The culture – gone. Instead – cheap souvenirs and taxi drivers fighting to get tourists to the ...
... this is such a strategic military location...If someone gets on a boat in Africa, you can see them coming for days. Then...the monkeys. The Rock is home to about 200 monkeys - free to roam wherever they want. They live 15-20 years and remember a time when tourists were allowed to feed them. Now there's a hefty fine and they're fed healthy monkey food instead of chips and candy bars. Local legend has it that as long as the ...