Hotel Globales Reina Cristina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Globales Reina Cristina Algeciras
Great hotel with lovely old-world elegance. Friendly staff, comfortable room, wonderful buffet breakfast.
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Wed 20 Apr Ferry from Tangier to Tarifa and then bus to Algeciras. Long walk to Hotel Reina Cristina, a lovely historic large, elegant hotel with extensive gardens. Walked back along esplanade road and bought sim card. Nothing open for dinner in Alta Plaza even as late as 7:30 so had basic kebab dinner on way back to hotel.
Thu 21 Apr …
... garishly lit with ever-changing coloured lighting which makes photography difficult. We continued up the rock to the apes' feeding den where we saw a gorgeous week old baby with its mother, already tucking into chunks of fruit. The views from up here were fabulous and we could now see the mountains on the African side quite well as the clouds moved away and realised how close it was. Trying to look down the sheer cliff face on the northern ...
The western terminus of the rail line I have been following
for the last week is Algeciras on the sea at the Strait of Gibraltar. Algeciras
is one of Europe’s largest container ports and the main port for crossing the
strait to Morocco. In 2007 on my West Africa trip with Dragoman we boarded a
ferry to Ceuta, one of Spain’s two port towns in North Africa, in Algeciras. I
saw nothing of the town, though.
The rail journey ...
... Algarve Provence, which we were told was beautiful. Maybe in Spring when things were green. It was an area where eucalyptus are milled for paper. Huge loads of young trees stacked high on trucks and trailers.
On the way south, while stopped at a roadside cafe, we were approached by a slightly agitated man who wanted to know if we spoke, French, Spanish or Portugese. Of course we do! He enquired if we had been in Bordeaux 10 days previously. Oh oh! No, he had seen us on ...
The book opens with the main character, Santiago, a shepherd, spending the night in an abandoned church. When he woke the next day he and his sheep began walking toward a town where he was planning on selling some wool to a merchant he had met the prior year. He was very interested in her daughter and had spent a lot of time thinking about when this day would come and he would get to see her again. We learn that he was in a seminary training to be a priest but ...