Apartamentos Manilva Green
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... British navy patrol vessel went past us and later we heard on the radio an officer warning an interloper in British waters to cease his activities and leave immediately! He was warned a couple of times before being threatened with a report to higher authorities!
By the time we had reached the turn into the Bay of Gibraltar the wind was blowing 18-24 knots and we had to cross the M25 of oil tankers and container ships and ferries so with me ...
... Mary 2, in 2008. Then, QM2 departed Southampton in May for Gibraltar, Civitevechia for Rome, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Lisbon, and returned to Southampton about eleven days later. It so happened that we spent our wedding anniversary while in Monaco.
Earlier today we passed a Brit lady who was coming in from the promenade deck while we were going out to the promenade deck, and she ...
The day started at 9:30… reluctantly. The trip over was exhausting and maybe there was some jetlag in there. I had wanted to leave earlier as we had a big day planned. On tap; a drive to Gibraltar and a ferry ride to a small Spanish city actually in Morocco.
Our first stop was to go on base and gas up and exchange dollars into Euros. I promise not to get political in my blog here but ...
On Tuesday we left our humble abode in Norway for the warm shores of Costa del Sol. We took off around noon and a few short hours later we touched down in the city of Malaga. (well, the airport of Malaga, actually.)
We caught a bus from Malaga to Marbella, where we waited for a connecting bus. While we waited, we went to a grocery store next door. The rumors are true: Things are cheap here! Though, after living in Norway for ...
... and the beginning of beautiful narrow houses and roads that only hatchbacks can get through...thank goodness is Europe, they're EVERYWHERE! By mid way up the view started to say hello to us, and we gladly said hello in return. We also found what looked like a jail and abandoned lookout station, however fenced off. Naturally we found a hole in it and explored. We kept hiking till a toll booth crept up on the horizon to which we had to pay a whopping Euro to climb ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility