Hotel Dona Luisa
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... languages, a couple of board games including Scrabble in Spanish, and a small inernet cafe area. I was hoping it would have some large tables and comfortabe chairs like a real library so I could sit and write my blog in peace. I was wrong.
Later that evening we returned to the Cafe 270 to see a show called "Spectra Caberet" which Dave had booked us to see. The seating area for the cafe transforms, at night, into a high tech performance area, with ...
... thing or two about its history and how it
became and stayed British over the centuries. Then there’s The Rock, which
actually looks just like Prudential Insurance rock from down below. By
afternoon it was sunny and fairly warm, so I decided to be lazy and take the
cable car to the top rather than spend well over an hour walking it. The views
from the top are stunning. Along the top is a narrow almost knife-edge ridge
and a nearly ...
... walkers or cars on the extremely narrow roads hanging off the side of the cliff.
At the farthest point we visited St Micheal's cave - a cave that would have been more impressive if we hadn't been to the Nerja caves.
It was lit up with multi changing lights and a modern soundtrack playing, which gave it a slightly tacky feel. Still interesting to see though.
We then walked 10mins up to admire the impressive view. ...
Ever since I was a kid I had wanted to see the Rock of Gibraltar. Not sure why but just one of those places I've always wanted to see. Once I found out that the Spain/Gibraltar border is just 30 minutes from the apartment we're staying we grabbed our passport and got in the car to go explore. We parked in Spain and crossed by foot since the line at customs often has hours of wait time. That was probably the easiest border crossing I've ever ...
... Morocco) who spearheaded their invasion of the Iberian Peninsula from Gibraltar in 711 AD.We took the cable car to the top of the Rock!! Great views!! It was overcast as you can see from the pictures, but they say you can see Morocco on a clear day. It’s about 14 miles away. While there we saw the macaquas (the Barbary Apes). These tailless monkeys roam free! And look at you for any chance you might feed them.