Pueblo El Goleto Aparthotel
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... was built in 711 AD by the Moors and was in use until the end of WWII 1945 by the Great British. Above the castle lies the Great Siege Tunnels. They span some 34 miles through the rock and were constructed over a 200 year span, mostly by the British Army. Construction methods early on produced about 700 lineal feet a year, but by the 1940īs it had peaked 10,000 lineal feet. The public is only allowed to walk a short portion of the tunnels, but they ...
... with all the tankers anchored offshore. It was very hazy so it wasn't a clean sunrise, but gorgeous just the same. Next we drove down to Europa Point. This is as far as you can go south without swimming. There is a beautiful lighthouse, an Islamic Mosque, and a huge naval gun there. The cool part of the point is you can see Morocco across the Strait of Gibraltar. I mean how many times are you getting up on a Sunday morning to see Africa? We also got a good look at ...
... Vejer, to a town called Gibraltar. Gibraltar is actually part of England, but Spain and England have been fighting over it for years. You’re probably wondering what language they speak in Gibraltar. Well, the locals from Gibraltar have a tendency to start a sentence in English, and finish it in Spanish.
Gibraltar is just like England in lots of ways, it has the same famous red telephone boxes and letter boxes, and lots of things like ...
... 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 ...
... and it looked like a Darlek, but it worked well and kept the skeeters away the next night.
Next morning we had breakfast near the main court in Gibraltar amidst the swish of Silks and solicitors in gowns and wigs along the cobblestone street. Also listened to a table of ex-pats complaining about living in Gibraltar. Ingrates, it is a lovely place.
Gibraltar is a territory of the UK and has been since 1704 when an ...