Barcelo Estepona Thalasso Spa
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... and then get ourselves over to the cable car to take us up to the "top of the rock" before all the other cruisers made it there. No real lineup so we made it to the top in quick order. As soon we got out of the cable car we were confronted with a "herd of apes". So cute, but yet so conniving - if you don't watch what you own - it's gone in a flash. I'm sure that they must have a little shop somewhere in town
where they ...
... the door -- however, the lock would not budge! This was a little disconcerting, because the "one more thing" we needed to get was our wallets, phone, and passports! We walked the half mile to the property entrance where the guard told us we had to call our property owner -- which we could not do, because the phone and phone numbers were in the apartment! He sent us back, telling us he'd join us in 10 minutes. Over half ...
... they can jump all over you and expect that you will let them. There were babies as well since this is the season the monkeys are born. Our final stop on the hill was the Siege Tunnels. These tunnels were built in the mountain to project the land. It is still an active military base. It is a fact that there are more miles of road in the tunnels than are on the entire land. We toured one tunnel for about a mile. We saw the ammunition racks, barracks, cannons, ...
... time we get there, there are only 5 minutes left before it closes. That’s all the time I need. Ok, it would have been nice to read through all the stuff on the wall but we didn’t want to get thrown out before seeing the gun so we made a beeline for it. Short stubby thing compared to the one up top but what it lacked in length it made up for it width. (Do you have any idea ...
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We enter Gibraltar by crossing an airstrip which closes the entry road three-four times a day while planes land or take off. We show our passports and drive into town, park and then transfer to a van which proceeds to the Rock. Gibraltar is much larger than I expected populated with 30,000 and numerous high-rises giving it a feeling of being larger than it actually is. That we are not in Spain is notable although cars drive on the right side of the ...