Edificio Marina Duquesa

Address: Edif. Marina De La Duquesa,6 , Manilva, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Edif. Marina De La Duquesa,6 , Manilva, is near Valderrama, Almenara Golf Couse, Palaeontology Museum of Estepona, and Elysium Sotogrande Spa.
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Day 1-2: Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2021

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... it! I have overcome the defenses and conquered Gibraltar! At the top I was rewarded by the dizzying view down the sheer drop on the east side. It turns out, the west side where the city is, is actually the boring side, and it’s on the eastside where you understand why they call this place “The Rock”. It brings back memories of San Marino and its impressive cliffs. Like San Marino, Gibraltar’s cliff had strategic military value. From here ...

DAY 18

A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Mar 15, 2015

... because we're both dark skinned! Still no? I'll blurt every obscenity I know at you, loudly, and then walk away. I liked walking thru the streets on my own, but this one guy just kept following me. I said no tour and he just kept explaining everything to me and followed me everywhere. I took cover in the Kasbah museum. He said he was going to wait for me even though I said no more or in his words "game over". I spent a good half ...

B. Double E. double R. U. N.

A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 08, 2014

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... limestone rock. I bought a big bottle of water and started heading up through the maze of narrow streets. I had to stay close to the house walls to allow the cars to go by with out getting clipped by their side mirrors. Once I broke free from the urban side of the rock, I took the narrow paved road heading up, watching out for the tour busses. After about 30 minutes, I came to a park gate where I was greeted by a disembodied Scottish accent. I walked over to the little shack where ...

Gallivanting around Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 08, 2014

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... day. The fire power used by the Spanish lead the British to tunnel into the solid rock for safety. During WW2, Gibraltar served as a key naval and air base. The position of the town was critical in the campaign against the German U-boats and in monitoring Mussolini's fleet. While the Spanish never attacked the rock during WW2, it is believed that General Franco wished to regain the area and as such additional tunnels and other preparations were done. While ...

Why Travelling is Awesome

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Dec 02, 2013

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Travelling exposes you to different ways of thinking, speaking, eating and living; it teaches you not just about other people but about yourself. It broadens your mind, challenges your beliefs, changes stereotypes and widens your horizons. It's as exhausting as it is exciting and as serious as it is scary, travelling, quite frankly, is awesome, and here are some reasons exactly why

Bucket list – It may not be set in stone ...

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