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well early start this morning leaving the beautiful Costa Del Sol and heading to the Rock of Gibraltar. Had to check passports thru customs to enter GIBRALTAR which did not take too long. Rock is very impressive and huge but not that inspiring, we walked around the port and up to the lookout taking photos and the guide explaining that a lot of Gibralter was once sea and reclaimed and built up by the British. We then went on mini buses up the Rock thru ...
Roulla bought Chara and I a trip to Gibraltar. A weekend away in February. Exactly what is needed after a long, cold, January in London. Temperature in double digits and sunshine. Gibraltar is part of the UK and it is tiny, only 6.8 Km*2 with a population of 30,000. They accept British pounds here and most people speak both English and Spanish. We stayed in a beautiful flat Roulla booked via Airbnb in 241 ...
... cable car ride up would have been. A few more long switchbacks and I was at the top. Watched idiots feed the wild macaque apes and took in the view. It had turned into a clear day so I could see far into the Andalusian hill country, the Gibraltar town below. The Mediterranean to the East and the African Coastline to the South. That's when I noticed it, another, higher, peak a few hundred yards further south. Water was gone but off I went anyway. Pretty much the same view just a ...
... Stay tuned and again to everyone - thanks so much for following our adventures - I've had some 500 hits on this
blog according to the stats - so THANKS! One last thing for those who have been following
us for the past 6 days - I'm sad to report at the time of writing that the
tulips have just recently passed away. There was a sad but brief service in T&J's cabin. Donations can be made to the "Save the Tulip Fund".
... I made it to a check point. Apparently all the beautiful scenery was not free to view, but instead was pay per view. 50p later and I was investigating a Moorish castle. A square protrusion and the highest point on the old walls of the old city. Easily distinguishable from a long way, it was the last point of refuge for the important people of the city. Next up was the world war two tunnels into the rock. For a cheap 24 Euros, you could put a *********** and ...
Other places to stay in Manilva
Camino del Penoncillo 21, Manilva | 4 star hotelfrom $47
Urb. Duquesa Hills. Cno del Pedraza s/n, Manilva | 2 star hotelfrom $40
Carretera Nacional 340, Km 139, Manilva | 3 star hotelfrom $400
Ctra Nacional 340, Km141 , Manilva | 3 star hotelfrom $67
Carretera del Penoncillo, 17, Manilva | Hotelfrom $34