- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... street and hits the snooze button for a while as we wind down the coastline. After two hours or so, we are at the border, pull into the car park there in La Linea and grab our passports and camera and make a move for the border crossing.
It was possibly the easiest border crossing ever as we literally just flashed our passport and the nodded. Leesh and I had moved through before Mum and Dad and poked back to see how they possibly got held up. Turned out Mum had ...
... from one side. It's formed from a hard ridge of rock that has resisted erosive forces that have removed the softer rock to the sides of it or it can be the high ground that remains between two river valleys where they form a confluence. The Rock is probably a result of the former, being a remnant of the Betic Cordillera mountain range but could also have been impacted by the latter when the Mediteranean Sea refilled because of the Zanclean flood over 5.0 million years ...
... 9 bus, which then proceeded to the local Morrison's, before going straight back to the centre! Having been reassured by the bus driver that he would take us where we wanted to go, we stayed on, and sure enough, this time when he left the centre, he did indeed take us to Rosia Bay. This is where Nelson's body was brought ashore after the Battle of Trafalgar, and is the location of the very large 100-ton gun.
... a pod of Dolphins playing. Very clear to sea and although difficult to photograph she did manage the odd snap. We went up on the deck, had some breakfast and headed for our little private deck on the top of the bridge to watch our approach. The sun was up and it was pleasant. Not quite as warm as the last few days but warm enough and well up there. We disembarked the ship and headed in to the town, after lots of recommendations we decided to take the ...
... in the hot sun for a few hours. Most impressed with the light rail train system weaving through the heart of the city. After a few hours we found the car and then headed south - Gibraltar bound. Despite our trusty Navmi on the IPad showing us the way, we still managed to take a detour off the freeway into Jerez de la Frontera along the way. Eventually had to double back the way we came which only added 40 km to our trip. Jerez pronounced Harezz is the home of Sherry ...