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... a lot of it fenced off. What really catches my attention though, is the large Saudi sponsored mosque built right on the tip of Gibraltar in the late 90s. Just a tad bit too brazen in my opinion… I really don’t want to retrace my steps back that same sun scorched road back to the other end of Gibraltar… maybe I should just take the bus… or… There’s a tunnel that chisels right through the mountain. I don’t know where it goes, ...
... was called "Roy's Fish and Chips" and it was my man Roy who owned it. Just as I was getting to leave, my Hungarian friend Greg, walked up to pay his bill. Big rock, small town. He was having one last glass of wine before he heads back to Morocco. We walked to the square and parted ways for good this time. I enjoyed my huge fish and chips. It was the whole side of a cod minus the head, nice batter and fried golden brown. Plus another beer on the sunny sidewalk, watching the tourist ...
... as a hall for concerts as it has excellent acoustics.
At the top of the Rock we had spectacular views over Spain, Catalan Bay and the city below. This is also where the monkeys live. The Barbary macaques are a breed of tail-less monkeys that roam free throughout the top of the rock living in what is called the Apes Den. They have become used to humans and will often seek out food. They also have ...
... reopen til 9 pm. The urban Spanish eat late so we didn't even try to go out til 830pm.
We went to a place recommended by the Lonely Planet guide as where the locals go. Indeed, we were the only tourists there. In fact, we might have been the only tourists in Ceuta for those couple of days. I ordered the San Jacobo steak without knowing what I was getting. It is two pieces of lean steak with cheese in between them, breaded and ...
Wednesday. As we have only one full day here, we obviously had to do a tour to the Rock. We had a great tour, with the taxi taking us to the top of the Rock. Along the way stopping to visit some caves, which were instrumental in the war and display alot of this memorabilia and have now have been converted to a music stage, where operas, classical and modern productions are performed. It must be an amazing experience to go to ...
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