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... equipment and ammunition. They have now become a war museum and tourist attraction.
Before travelling down the winding streets of the Upper Rock we pass the walls and bastions of the Tower of Homage at the Moorish Castle where we were dropped off in town. We before making our way back to the town where we browsed through the tropical Alameda Gardens and various shops before making our way back to the ...
... departed at1330 and we arrived in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, in North Africa, at 1430. Ceuta is 18.5 sq kms and has been held by Spain for about 500 years. While about half the population of Ceuta are Muslim, the place is definitely Spanish. Cath had expected a mixture of North Africa and subsaharan black Africa instead of the costa del sol. We walked around the centre of town on a Friday afternoon and the shops were closed from 2 to 5pm ...
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 ...
One of my top 10 places I've ever wanted to see....So fortunate to be able to tick it off my list! It's only about 1.5 hours from Rota and an easy drive. You actually park in Spain and then walk (passport needed) into Great Britain - across their runway (the only flat land they had to put one on)! It was surreal to suddenly be surrounded by English, Fish & Chips, and British flags everywhere.
The Rock rises from an ...
... strolling on the Main street. Gibraltar is a little British enclave and feels very much British. With British Policemen, red mailboxes and phone booths and people speaking British English. We had fish and chips in the pub and took off to Spain right after. We needed to be in Seville to get the key to our place and also go to a planned flamenco show.
The drive to Seville took about 3 hours. It was very warm 34C. We have purposely took a smaller road to avoid tools. Our ...