Caleta Hotel

Address: Sir Herbert Miles Road, Gibraltar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sir Herbert Miles Road, Gibraltar, is near Dolphin Adventure, Gibraltar Botanic Gardens (The Alameda), Gibraltar Museum, and Catalan Bay.
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          Travel Blogs from Gibraltar

          6a tappa: GIBILTERRA (Gibraltar)

          A travel blog entry by karlamato on May 21, 2016

          29 photos

          Nota come "The Rock" o "Gib", Ŕ un territorio d'oltremare del Regno Unito posto all' ingresso nel Mar Mediterraneo, un luogo unico per il viaggiatore curioso: una comunitÓ britannica nella penisola iberica, separata da uno stretto braccio di mare dall' Africa. Nella mitologia greca Gibilterra era Calpe, una delle Colonne d'Ercole poste a guardia …

          Little Britain

          A travel blog entry by woggley on Sep 09, 2015

          9 photos

          ... wanted to take photos. It is a strange place, as you drive across the airport runway, and then the roads are so narrow, and the climbs so steep.
          The guy on the tickets said it should be €18, but seems my charm was good for a free pass, so up I went to see Dave Mac, Roy, and friends. Usually meet them at sapperfest.
          The views are great, you use ú's, it really is little britain, just hotter.
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          Saving the best 'till last

          A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Jul 31, 2015

          35 photos

          ... a tap on his shoulder. Thinking he was in the way of someone else he turned and was met by one of the Apes sitting on the wall behind him with his hand out.

          The Barbary apes are fascinating but are still wild animals. We witnessed a scrap between two males when one went a little too close to his baby. In the commotion which followed, one ape jumped on a lady's shoulder and she screamed and swatted at it like some kind of wailing banshee. As ...

          Birthday boy and girl!!

          A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Jul 21, 2015

          15 photos

          ... large chunk of chocolate cake. This was on TOP of the pudding he had already eaten. In the end, we had to cut it into four pieces and help him out with it. :-)

          David saw a whale yesterday off the....uh, port or starboard sides! He said he could see the blow holes but not the beasts themselves but still, pretty exciting. Barbara and Gary were on the balcony with us and we all then spotted some dolphins jumping around in the sea just ...

          Pete on home soil, well sort of.

          A travel blog entry by suepeter on Feb 22, 2015

          3 comments, 14 photos

          ... closed. It is a British overseas territory and everything was in English. It was a little weird being able to read all the signs for a change. Peter went mad for all the sweets and chips he used to have as a kid, he was literally like a kid in a sweet store. We took a tour around the island and went up the top to see the monkeys. They ...