Asur Hotel Campo de Gibraltar
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It is around 5.30 pm when we return from Gibraltar. It is sill 32 degrees, so what to do but pool time! This is the first place that has has a 'real size' pool and while the water is quite warm, it's still refreshing.
Nobody even starts to eat until after 9pm, so after a swim a little 'nap' is called for!! The heat is by no means oppressive, …
... br> Feeling a little better ( surely, we must be able to find a bank or a Western Union tomorrow) we dump our bags and go for a walk along the waterfront. By now it is past midnight but it is still 22 degrees. There are many families still out and about, with children on scooters and entire families riding the huge trikes available for hire, but it's been a long day and after walking in the fresh air for 45 minutes, bed is ...
... else seems very British.
I wish we were taking the cable car to the top of the Rock, but the views from Europa Point are breathtaking. John is happy. As we make our way further up the Rock, the van driver cautions us not to touch the Barbary macaques--a type of tailless monkey said to be brought to Spain by the Arabs. As we are getting off the bus, he tells a woman carrying a plastic bag of food to leave it on the bus. An ape jumps on the back of one of ...
... stopping. We, being on the tour saw everything and stopped at every viewing point. This touring taxi company is the only allowed vehicle on the upper levels. It was a lot of fun for many reasons but for you James Bond fans, Carl, our guide en route down played a clip from a James Bond movie (Living Daylights) with Timothy Dalton, an opening scene filmed on these roads. It was craziness! It was a full day and I could not possibly include everything in this blog. It was so special in ...
... military installations) is to take the cable car up and walk down. Several tour companies accost you outside the cable car station (and on both sides of the border) and offer tours. We chose to ride the cable car up and were on top of the Rock somewhere in the middle section. Sweeping views of southern Spain (Algeciras, La Linea and a few other towns), the eastern horizon of the Mediterranean, the mountains of northern Africa to the south and the Strait of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Just your standard, garden variety hotel, nothing to write home about. Staff were only just friendly and the room had a distinctive odour of cigarette smoke. But the location! Could not have asked for a better location. Short stroll to square for banks, shops and many places to eat as well as a easy 15 minute stroll to the border to visit Gibraltar.
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