Fairplay Golf Hotel & Spa
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... very long and the seat is large and heavy and can easily accomodate two people. Dave had a go at it and the slow rythmic swinging back and forth was quite mesmerising.
The next day the swing had been cordoned off by yellow plastic chains and no one was allowed to use it. So, Dave had obviosuly broken it.
During the afternoon Dave and Elaine went on The North Star. This is a single pod attached to a robotic arm. Riders are swung, majestically up ...
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about a 15 minute walk to Casemates Square in the center of Gibraltar’s old
town. The road actually crosses the landing strip of Gibraltar’s airport and
gets closed to all traffic whenever planes are about to land or take off.
Gibraltar is a strange kind of place, partly Spanish in its
population but in other ways almost a caricature of Britishness in its architecture,
English high street stores on its Main Street, ...
Finally, I saw the Pyramid, it's huge and amazing, how did people build this at that time. It's amazing, people have to come here to see it. I decided explore The pyramid tomorrow. Local people would help you if you want to find somewhere for rest, they can give you food or just cook by your own. The room is old, but don't worry about it, it's clean and safe, you can have nice dream everyday.
In the next day, I ...
... man was sitting there collecting the entrance fee. A Euro or a 50p coin to continue on up the hill. I could have paid more for the tour of the tunnels. I stepped I side the entrance and they were 20 degrees cooler than outside. Since I was already drenched in sweat, I decide to just do a google image search when I get home and pressed on. The route to the top is all drives me. A map I had showed some hiking trails but I only saw an occasional crumbling cement staircase leading ...
... Withington) while we were in Gibraltar. I know he spent a lot of time here, and in the Mediterranean, while serving with the Royal Navy. He wrote fondly about his time and experiences here. As we walked the eastern shoreline, visited the caves, even driving through the old town, I could almost feel his presence from long ago. I didn't know him well (only met him twice), but he was a grand man whom I admire, and hope he knows that I love him.