Healthouse Las Dunas Beach Hotel And Spa
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We finally got to take the long walk on the beach that was thwarted earlier this week when we got locked out of our condo! We walked six miles -- three miles to the western point and back. We walked past a very rich property, where we greeted a Russian man who was escorted by his burley body guard. On the ...
... ceded to Britain under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. It was an important base for the Royal Navy; today its economy is based largely on tourism, online gaming, financial services and shipping. The sovereignty of Gibraltar is a major point of contention in Anglo-Spanish relations as Spain asserts a claim to the territory. Gibraltarians rejected proposals for Spanish sovereignty in a 1967 referendum and again in ...
... to take over this country - most recently in 1988. The country has stood firm and remains its own nation. During the takeover in 1988, the border was closed. There was no way in out or of the country except by sea. It was then that an airport was built just as you cross into the country, the runway cuts the island in half. Here is where it is interesting... As you enter the country, you are required to walk across the runway. Yes...this is an active ...
... filled with stalactites and such. We almost didn’t go in but figures since it was included in our ticket, why not? It was totally awesome. Never would have thought these types of formations would exist on this huge piece of mountain. Yes, its was a bit corny but still worth the time and steps. On the other side of the mountain are the Siege tunnels. Hand carved/ blasted tunnels ...
... I was also a little scared for my life because of the one-lane roads on the cliff. We reached the top and got out to be instantly greeted with the MONKEYS! This was definitely a highlight of the trip. I was instantly taking photos, because I have never been so close to wild monkeys before. They were very good posers, not scared of people at all. The monkeys would get a little vicious at times, I saw one snag some peanuts from a mans hand as well as jump on to cars ...