Hotel Caracas Playa
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... band was playing a joyful song instead of dirges and the marchers were all dressed in their Easter finery.
We then took a long walk along the promenade to enjoy the beautiful weather and atmosphere of a huge Spanish family holiday. Children and parents alike, all dressed in Easter finery, spending the day together. Families with smaller children enjoying the promenade's playgrounds and those with older children strolling or already having their ...
... the bag wasn't worth it and ran away. We were howling!
The view is amazing from up there. It was a clear day so we could see Morocco across the Strait of Gibraltar. We were treated to a family of Macaques that was showing off it's new little baby. So cute!
Gibraltar is worth seeing at least once. It's different and it's crazy. No rhyme or reason to roads or traffic but that rock is as cool as I imagined as a kid. I'm glad we went. ...
... been completely surrounded by water, with no shore line to remind us of reality. Embraced entirely by the Atlantic, vibrant pastel colors filling the sky, and dolphins swimming along next to the boat. We were sitting on the bow when we first spotted them, so naturally got as close to the side to get a better view, giving the chief officer on duty a minor heart attack. Absolute bliss.
Someone, pinch me.
Clocks back Got into Gibraltar around 7, had early breakfast and then off on trip secrets of the rock. Boarded mini coach and made our way to the cable car.....fabulous views going up. Tour guide sue was fabulous....saw lots of the Gibraltar apes close up, many with babies. Hadn't expected to like them at all but they are actually very cute! Walked down into st michaels cave which had been ...
... more famous ones in the region is called Marbella. The bus seated about 50 people. It was a modern coach - it makes Greyhound in the US look bad. The far was €12.00 each way - not to bad being that a flight into Gibraltar would have been €295.00 round trip with a connection in London! The bus had about 10 tourist on it. Other passengers were local and used the bus as day to day transit. About 9:30AM the rock of Gibraltar was pointed out to us. It was ...