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... new keys. The same thing happened so after trying 5 different sets of keys a man was finally sent up to help. He tried to open the door, doing what we had been doing but of course failed to open the door and then ran away and returned with new batteries and a large device for programing the readers. After a short wait he had the door open and fixed the reader! It only took us a 40 minute wait to get into our room! We then collapsed onto the room and setup ...
Ever since I was a kid I had wanted to see the Rock of Gibraltar. Not sure why but just one of those places I've always wanted to see. Once I found out that the Spain/Gibraltar border is just 30 minutes from the apartment we're staying we grabbed our passport and got in the car to go explore. We parked in Spain and crossed by foot since the line at customs often has hours of wait time. That was probably the easiest border crossing I've ever ...
It was a late day for our arrival into Gibraltar today. We pulled alongside the pier in the heart of the city just before 1:00 p.m. and based on HAL's requirements we "gotta be back on board" by 10:00 p.m.
We had decided that thisport-of-call (Deb was the port expert here) was going to be a self- guided walking tour. The strategy was to get a shuttle taxi (2E each) to get us into the main square (Casements Square) as quickly ...
... to the Mediterranean and stop to see the views and also want to
prevent tolls, but can withstand the inconvenience of traffic lights A-7 would
be a better one for you. The drive to Casares is lovely with rolling gentle
hills, windmills and Spanish casa’s on the green velvety vast fields. Inspite
of having seen so many web images, the first site of the Pueblos Blancos was
awe-inspiring for us. We parked up the road above the mountainous village ...
... Morocco and saw to it that part of the Navy budget was allocated to take care of the monkeys. The monkeys are now all immunized, tattooed and have chips embedded in them so they can be identified. Each monkey is named. We saw several monkeys and they were quite cute.
We then went to see the Siege Tunnels. These were all dug by hand in order to give the British a better position against the Spanish. It was very interesting ...