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... the ship giving an amazing view.
Later Dave and I went exploring to find the mysterious Library. We had seen this mentioned on several signs around the ship and Dave and Elaine had tried to find it the previous day without luck. Dave and I found it but only after disscovering a very nice bar and being forced to drink beer.
The library itself is right at the back of the ship above the Cafe 270. It was a bit disappointing with only a few books, mostly ...
... all advertising Fish
& Chips and English breakfast all day long. Gibraltar The colony became
British in the early 1700s and was never re3conquered by Spain despite several
attempts and sieges later in that century. Tunnels built during the Great Siege
of 1779-83 are one of the main attractions that can be visited on “The Rock”.
Gibraltar is still a significant naval base and apparently
an offshore banking ...
... my horse to the Pyramid. I saw a scarab right there, scarab represent that good luck. I thought of I all most find the treasure, I believed that it's just under my feet. Then I started and cost a night to dig for it. Nothing there, I cannot believe it!
I heard that footsteps, suddenly a lot of poor people came to here, they robbed my gold. I can feel I all most die at that time. A man said that he had a ...
... brush and thicket.I boeing as it was I stayed to the blacktop and kept trudging upward The Northern most peak was the one I saw from below and looked like a pretty steep effort with a long way to go. I was relieved to find the road blocked by a high fence. A sign saying that it was defense dept property, no admittance. Whew, cause it looks like a ***** of a climb. I pressed on. Sun was relentless. Thermometer was 85, water half-full. Clothes were soaked. Was wondering how much ...
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance of the Mediterranean. It was about a 45 minute drive and then we encountered a 45 minute queue to actually get into Gibraltar.
Once we had, the front of our passports looked at and we were free to go through. The weather was overcast and windy but the weather is something you ...