Hacienda La Herriza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that it was really cool because it was lit up well and it went over 700 meters deep that was really cool.
There was also a hidden door that they believe that mother nature drew on the walls of the bit of that cave but it isn't open to public yet so we couldn't see them.
The siege tunnels were made for world war 2 to defend the country.
So they dug out tunnels in the mountain to put massive cannons to protect their own country.
... and laugh so much it is difficult to do my exercise therapy program. We missed breakfast this morning due to sleeping in. Unfortunately I consumed a large lunch and then needed a nap! We both slept for 2 hours. I am in a lot of pain today and walking is difficult. i spent majority of the day in our cabin resting. We arrived into Gibraltar which is still occupied by the United Kingdom at 630pm. We had booked the rock tour and cable car ...
... more last night!"
Not my finest hour. I just don't know how I ever did this!
By the way, I have to admit. I saw the land narrowing to the Straights of Gibraltar. We were due to enter the straights at 8:30PM and exit at 9:45PM. Unfortunately I spent that time in Harry's Pub. Hoping to see it on the way back through. For now, we're technically in the Atlantic Ocean now heading to Africa. Did I tell you we were going to Africa? ...
... just enjoy the ride!
Myth: “Lonely planet is your bible”
The best travel advice I can give you is ask, ask and ask! Your friend’s cousin has spent some time in Peru? Great! Send them an email and direct your questions to them. I have never purchased a Lonely Planet; yes I have had a flick through when I have come across one lying in a hostel table but I have never planned my entire trip according to the information ...
Gibraltar is a cute little British town! We just went for the day. When we took day trips in Torremolinos we would sleep on the bus because the places that we go were usually about an hour and half to two hours away. So we would leave at 9 am, get there around 11 and sight-see all day! So we went to Gibraltar and had to use our passports to cross boarders. Unfortunately we don't get stamps when traveling ...