Hacienda La Herriza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of a typical British city, you really felt that you still were in a Mediterranean town - no one was fooling anybody! After Gibraltar we decided to drive around the southern tip of Spain to a small port town called Cadiz, again a very spontaneous decision that Rd supported despite the extra driving for him! It is reported to be the oldest European city with the Phoenicians having landed there and Julius Caesar ...
... because we're both dark skinned! Still no? I'll blurt every obscenity I know at you, loudly, and then walk away. I liked walking thru the streets on my own, but this one guy just kept following me. I said no tour and he just kept explaining everything to me and followed me everywhere. I took cover in the Kasbah museum. He said he was going to wait for me even though I said no more or in his words "game over". I spent a good half ...
... it’s also different in some ways, for example, the weather. The weather in England is not always the warmest weather on Earth, but Gibraltar, can regularly reach 35OC– 40OC .
One of the most popular things to do in Gibraltar is to go to the Top of the Rock. Gibraltar is built on the side of a massive hill known as 'The Rock’, and there’s cable cars to get to the top of it. The top of ...
... the War of Spanish Succession, when the town and the fortress was captured by British Forces. While it has remained under British rule since, there have been several attempts by the Spaniards and French to recapture it. The Great Siege between 1779 and 1783 resulted in the Spanish and French bombarding and trying to starve the British Garrison into submission. At the height of siege, it is said that 40,000 heavy cannon rounds were fired by both sides in ...
... Orca over to refuel the diesel tank along with spare jerry cans, not that we will use the motor much at all, as the distance we will cover is far too great to motor. The fuel will be for entering and exiting the ports, and occasionally for generating electrical power if there is no wind or sunshine. This is unlikely as the trade winds should be steady for our wind generator and at the latitude we will be traveling; there should be plenty of sunshine for the solar panels.