Hotel Globales Reina Cristina

Address: Paseo de la Conferencia s/n, Algeciras, Andalusia, 11207, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Paseo de la Conferencia s/n, Algeciras.
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    Travel Blogs from Algeciras

    Hopping Off Point

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 04, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... at all times. Should added protection be required, lower the face shield to protect lip gloss and after market eyelashes. Protective clothing is optional, but if elected, should be of greater substance than what would pass a dental floss in the rest of the world, perhaps another gossamer thin top and a skirt wider than a mans tie? However a small handbag, oversized watch and a couple of extra necklaces should probably do nicely. If short on stature, adding a couple of inches to ...

    Gibraltar

    A travel blog entry by whytecj on Aug 05, 2014

    13 photos

    ... town to the cable car up to the top of "The Rock". There as a long line up but the views from the top were amazing. We saw the famous "Barbary Apes" but did not have enough time to explore the caves and WWII fortifications. Stopped I the Irish Town neighbourhood at a pub called the Clipper and had a cold beer. The beer was great - particularly after a hot climb on "The ...

    The South Edge of Europe

    A travel blog entry by kdemps on Jul 02, 2013

    8 photos

    ... buildings from the 18th Century as "historic." I can only imagine the age of some of the portions of the old town walls, and what history they have seen. The settlement of "modern" Tarifa is interesting. The town was sort of forgotten after Spain reconquered its territory (1492) and drove out the Moors. But by the mid-1500's,Tarifa hosted prisoners from all over Spain, the "Privilegiados," exiled to Tarifa to complete their sentences and colonize the town. The story goes ...

    1519. The Two Sides of the Straits of Gibraltar

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 01, 2013

    11 photos

    ... really the cohesive feel of the tight knit villages of the south and east of Morocco. But it should count as another town. The road then has some switchbacks up a hill, and I try to find a shortcut through people's backyards and gardens to the road above, but without success...

    Then, when follow the road up over a ridge, I see the road far, far below. This is too tempting to pass up. I'm going to blaze my own trail-shortcut straight down ...

    Ooh La la Linea

    A travel blog entry by ibernard99 on Sep 21, 2012

    ... said that, I did find a little pub around the corner where a pint was 1 euro and, after this little find, I started warming to the place.

    There was a kebab shop next door and, although none of the locals spoke any english they were all pretty friendly. I dont think they could understand why I was in there little pub, on my own, at this time of year......I asked myself the same question more than once!

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