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Whoever controls Gibraltar controls the Mediterranean so it has changed hands many times over the centuries. Gibraltar was captured by the combined Dutch & British forces in 1702. Even after several free votes the people still want to remain a British Territory which still angers Spain. During the late 1700s the Spanish tried to ...
Our booked transport quickly found and with the assistance of ramps and port security guards Mum & wheelchair got into the rear of our van and we set off for our tour of the island. First surprise was when our route crossed the runway (see pic 1) We then travelled along the southern shore with Africa 11 miles across ...
... place to buy electrical goods in Europe. The boys seeing all this decided to spend some of there money on new cameras which they both needed (Nicks broken, Oliver's lost) and struck an amazing deal for Nikon Coolpix cameras with case and memory card. At the end of Main Street ( having resisted the British pubs) we found the cable car and armed with the new cameras set off up the Rock. The first thing we found at the top were Barbary Apes so ...
... entire regiment with headquarters and barracks deep within the rock. There is now a theatrical stage erected inside for special events. With special passes one could go to another area of the cave and see the huge underground lake that was also inside this part of the rock. Unfortunately, we did not have the time to go to this.
We continued our walk around the rock and visited the O'Hara's Battery Lookout, the Siege tunnels and the ...
... threw out the monarchy in 1931, one of the many reasons being the vast and expensive Royal household. Then after a long civil war Franco’s dictatorship recognised that a monarch will return. Lo and behold they come back after Franco’s death and immediately start spreading again. Juan Carlos’ current titles include King of Spain, of Castile, of León, of Aragon, of the Two ...