Hotel Miramar

Avenida Espana, 26, La Linea, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
Prices starting from $59.00
 

Travel Blogs from La Linea

Lift Off

A travel blog entry by skdude

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... and landed on the sea (well we just made the runway). Gibraltar is basically a giant rock, with a runway between it and Spain. Upon arrival I was greeted with a fortunate text, letting me know that the boat I was to meet was delayed and would not be in until the next day. so first plan of action was to find a hotel and see if there was anything worth doing and seeing in the local area. La Linea in Spain had the cheaper options , so ...

Smir fuengirola estepona wow

A travel blog entry by peterjudges

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... everything and nice. late dinner and then ready for the departure tomorrow .
We cast off and saw fog patches but sailed on and they disappeared behind. light winds so motor sailed for a while then the wind picked up so off with the motor and sailed to Ceuta.
wind was not quite where we wanted it so lots of tacking and finally got to Ceuta at 8pm.
It was Phils time to shine as a chef but he decided it would be easier. to buy us all tapas
which was unique ...

Dolphins, Apes and M&S (Tim)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier

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... stop for travel sickness pills and back to the marina for our trip. We have seen dolphins and whales many times before so I was a little sceptical re the value of this trip, however I was very pleasantly surprised. Firstly the "Dolphin Safari" team were very friendly and helpful. The day was perfect and as we headed out into the Bay of Gibraltar the sea was oily calm and the sky blue. From the boat we had fantastic views of the rock, the Spanish ...

A Fist-full of Dollars

A travel blog entry by roberton

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... grim plate of Captain Birdseye fish & chips. Steve did his best Bob Hoskins impression and we got a good deal at the bureau de change. The walk to and fro was across the runway, which Iain enjoyed.

Back home in Estepona some cunning was needed to jiggle the key out of the inside of the door so we could get in (I was almost in big trouble) and Cathy had a frog in her ...

Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by bdvano

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... a few moments. Bobbies patrol the streets and you can see the quintessential red telephone booths!
Gibraltar has its own government but still hangs on to many British traditions.

We found a restaurant called "the Tunnel" that served genuine English food. We enjoyed a roast beef dinner with all the trimmings, beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, Yorkshire pudding and broccoli, carrots and cauliflower. We were in heaven as we had not ...

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