AGH Estepona Hotel & Spa
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Had a brilliant few days with Tom and Maria, made to feel very welcome. Tom's own fresh orange juice on tap (it cannot be beaten!), and we learned how Maria makes her delicious potato frittata. Went out and about around Estepona, and Stuart & Tom managed a game of golf.
... dirtier city. Even in Barcelona, where 1.5 million people live, the streets were clean with minimal graffiti and no plastic or paper bags blowing in the streets. Gibraltar was grotty and much more down-market.
The other thing I thought Gibraltar lacked was soul – the tapas bars are replaced by fish and chip shops, curries and kebabs. The culture – gone. Instead – cheap souvenirs and taxi drivers fighting to get tourists to the ...
... in, we got some Pounds from the ATM, a lunch of fish & chips, and headed for the cable car that takes you to the top of The Rock. To get in all of the sights we walked down the entire thing. If we didn't stop it would've only taken 1.5 hours, but it's VERY steep and the views are breathtaking, so it took us a lot longer. The first thing we saw was the summit, 1400 feet high, where you can see two continents and two oceans. It's ...
On our last full day of staying in Marbella, we took our rental car out to Gibraltar (little over an hour away). This is a huge rock that has a lot of history. It is owned by the UK. There have been fights for centuries and the Spanish have tried forcefully to claim it back by setting up sieges. The most recent time they tried to claim it they actually asked the people to vote. Everyone except for 44 people wanted to ...
... spent at Gibraltar, the weather was a bit more tolerable today at only 35 degrees after spending a couple days walking through 45 degree heat. I was a little disappointed not to get a new stamp in my passport, but that just meant getting through customs went a lot faster than normal. I was most excited for the views from the top of the rock and getting to see Africa and all the little monkeys running around up there was definitely a bonus.