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... 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 ...
... get a chance to try the mushy peas, not saying that the name is very flattering, but just to say I tried something else typical of England. Some friends and I then continued the self-tour and found some British phone booths, expensive clothing, noticed the cheap tobacco and alcohol, and saw a glass blowing exhibition, which was pretty cool. That was basically the whole trip, we got back on the coach bus, returned through customs and said goodbye to the Mediterranean ...
Such an interesting experience crossing a 100metre stretch of land and suddenly move from Spain to British Gibraltar. The first thing we saw was a red telephone box on Winston Churchill Avenue. So bizarre but it was nice to be able to read and speak English again.We did a tour of Gibraltar which didn't take long since it's only 7000 square metres and a population of 30,000 who cling to "the rock".Amazingly, the rock has ...
... I'm very happy I did, as well. The hike up is absolutely incredible. As you leave the city, it almost feels like you're headed into the rain forest. The fauna changes completely, becoming completely green. As you go up, you can see the entire city of Gibraltar as well as the coast of Spain on the horizon. You can either follow the paved roads up on foot, or there are a number of hiking trails that send you over rocks and along narrow paths. ...
Today we arrived at Gibraltar which is a British overseas territory.
The landmark is the Rock of Gibraltar which rises over 1300 feet high .
There are stunning views from the top and inside is a maze of tunnels from World War 11.
The other attraction are the Barbary apes which are tailless and have inhabited the rock for centuries.
Other attractions are the helmeted Bobbies, pillar-boxes and English pubs.
We chose to do ...
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