Apartamentos Manilva Green
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way: on foot. But first I take some time to wander through a beautiful garden on the other side, where a couple of classy weddings are going on. I’m soon drenched in sweat as I make my way up the road that climbs up to the top of The Rock. But there are rewarding moments along the way… a great view of the bay… and mysterious little tunnel entrances which are closed off a short ways in, but I’m sure lead somewhere interesting… After ...
... cabin steward that they had locked the refrigerator and that upon entry into the Port of Casablanca there are a lot of wind issues and waves. They expect rough seas and locked the mini bar so it doesn't open and spill everything onto the floor. Just what I want to hear after a bunch of rum and the onset of a hangover already.
I drank tons of water trying to avoid the old saying, "If I knew I was going to be this thirsty today, I'd ...
... the right word. I think odd is more apt. Just another example of the quirky nature of the place.
Went to dinner in a small bistro just around the corner and had a Polish waitress, then a turn around the Main Street, before retiring to our cavernous room. It was a warm night and with the windows open and no fly screens the mossies got in and buzzed in our ears and bit us. There is an air conditioner. It was in a cabinet under the ...
Gibraltar is a cute little British town! We just went for the day. When we took day trips in Torremolinos we would sleep on the bus because the places that we go were usually about an hour and half to two hours away. So we would leave at 9 am, get there around 11 and sight-see all day! So we went to Gibraltar and had to use our passports to cross boarders. Unfortunately we don't get stamps when traveling ...
... straits narrow to about 1 mile, so there was plenty to see from the upper deck (which is 111 steps up from our cabin). Once through the straits, we proceeded west with the north coast of Sicily on our port side. We passed to the south of the Eolian Islands, the closest being Volcano itself. Plenty to occupy us today, and we conclude with a formal dinner followed by a show. Monday 29th Sea day. A lazy morning, with a talk from David Battie, then a 'Meet ...