Hacienda La Herriza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out high up the cliff. You continue on through a rather generic section of apartment blocks before you follow a pathway that tunnels through the old wall and takes you into the heart of “Old Gibraltar”. This area is pretty packed with tourist and has a rather artificial feel-- but it’s a pleasant change from comparatively dour cities like La Linea and Algeciras on the other side. The combination of sort of storybook style architecture and ...
... Geoff took off, determined to walk to the bottom of the tunnel in the short time that we had. We were told that if you see half of the tunnel you have seen it all. We were the only group in at the time, this allowed Geoff to move quickly. Yes he did get to the end, me, I got about 1/3 of the way and the rest of the group I think took only a few steps in. There was plenty of room but I wouldn’t have liked it if there were lots of ...
We all met up at Gatwick, all very sleepy looking, awe had to wait for a couple of late comers, but Natalie was there to welcome us all, along with any last minute instructions
I had to take a pass port for the driver, it seemed quicker than posting it
Well the flight was pretty much the same as any other flight, but it was only a 2½ hour flight, so it was just a case ...
... 8217;t been an attempt by Spain to regain control of the area, they did cut off communication by land for several years and there have been issues with the border. To get to the top of the rock, the most scenic way is to catch the cable car up. Normally cable car carriages hold 30 people, however we got to the bottom station early and only had to share our one with three other people. Today was one of the more windy days, so on our trip up the carriage was ...
... Food is a continuation of culture, so if the custom is to eat goat head soup with your hands - you best get involved! That being said, when travelling to foreign countries for extended period of times, sooner or later you will fall victim to a dodgy tummy and for every evening spent rubbing your belly in satisfaction, you must also be prepared for the less glamorous nights spent hugging a toilet bowl cursing a local dish you cannot pronounce! As ...