Pueblo El Goleto Aparthotel
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Been here before, saw the apes - they got too close for my liking, went to the tunnels - didn't like them, saw some Roman ruins (yawn .. Italy and the UK has some Roman ruins worth looking at), experienced "British weather" in the Mediterranean, couldn't see out the mini van window as it was all fogged up from hot breath inside and cold pelting down rain outside, bought a biscuit from a bakery, ate it and got a funny tummy, ...
... introduced as pets from Africa and their colonies have now reached the point where some have had to be removed and given to zoos, so that they don’t over-run the place. There is a thriving port which obviously greatly assists their economy which, by all accounts, is doing very well (compared to some parts of Europe). One of the interesting features is that their airport is very close to town and the main road in and ...
... Then he could charge up the battery for his new toy!
On Saturday night we booked to go to a meal that included a Blues Brothers tribute entertainment. That was brilliant. We had a delicious 3 course meal and then the tribute act played for 1.5 hours with us up dancing along.
The Bank Holiday Monday began with thick fog over the rock and the runway disappeared later. The sun soon came through and the rest of the day we ...
... is the largest source of the territory's income...
Katie, Sarah, and I fortunately found a great bus tour to take us around to all of the most intriguing sights--all of which are located on the Rock of Gibraltar. Our knowledgable, personal guide drove us to St. Michael's Cave, the Moorish Castle, and the Great Siege Tunnels (40 miles of tunnels dug BY HAND into the limestone rock in ...
The last stop of the holiday – Gibraltar. We only had the afternoon in port; I was booked on the 2 hour "The Rock Revealed" tour which took me to see the Lighthouse, St Michaels Cave and of course the Gibraltar Monkeys.
It was rather windy so we didn't spend long at the lighthouse. On to St Michaels Cave, this cave had been used as a hospital during the war, it was full of Stalagmites and Stalactites and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking