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What a strange little country. A British colony to the side of Spain. It was without a doubt a neat little place to visit. And we went there for dinner just for the evening while we were staying in Algeciras. I'm still annoyed about not getting a stamp in my passport. Why do they check the passports but not stamp them? It's not hard. So Gibralter. The english colony on a rock with macaques ...
... visited the tourist offices, got a map and made my way past the gable of Spanish to find a place to rest my head.
My first taste of travel haggles was getting a decent hotel price, fortunately the were two places opposite each other, not to hard to find the cheapest place! Power nap and get out around town. A great little place, lots of tapas and plenty of stores to buy those last items that I missed on the way over! I ended up browsing the ...
... for a guided trip of the town and rock turned right and headed for the marina hoping to get on a dolphin watching boat. Fairly soon we were approached by a Brit - "are you looking for a dolphin boat ?" And 5 mins later we were signed up with instructions for the best British fish and chips in town and to return in an hour for the trip. "Roy's fish and chips" was up to expectation with a massive and delicious piece of cod and chips with mushy peas. A ...
... since we left Canada!
After lunch we headed to the gondola to ride to the top of the Rock of Gilbratror. The view from the top of the rock is outstanding. One can see the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic ocean and the coast of Africa all in one glance.
The history of the rock of Gibraltar is so extensive that many books have been written about it. The sides of the rock are pockmarked with large holes that housed tunnels ...
... quality. The visitor glides from extreme rococo decoration to Chinese tiles to Moorish reproductions without really getting an idea of why. On the ground floor is an exhibition of the clothes of the current Royal Household, including the wedding dresses of Queen Sofia, the two Infantas, Elena and Christina, and the daughter in law Letizia.
It is so strange ...