TripAdvisor Reviews La Fructuosa Gaucin
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... with enticing cafes. I’m actually starting to like this place. I dive into the heart of the city, which is a perfect grid of narrow streets lined with shop reminding me a lot of typical Latin American cities. I have a hard time finding any really beautiful historical buildings like you’d see in France or Italy, but still, it’s a whole lot better than the first impression I had of this city. The only “historical building” is actually a ...
... Spanish side
I found another small back pack to carry my camera, water bottle and laptop (never know where I will find Wifi, so its handy having it with me
McD’s seems about the best place and its free
I haven’t really seem much to take photos of apart from the rock, but that will improve when we move along
Most of the people seem okay, but as usual ...
... like inside. My pictures are amazingly beautiful - thanks to my Nikon D7000 it brings light to the darkness. The cost here was 26Euros per person and that included entry into some of the sites up on the rock.
From there we started walking north towards the Siege Tunnels, which was on the other side of the "rock" (We walked a total of 12.71 kilometers today and we're honestly pooped).
One of the truly weird ...
... square for some fish n chips. Not bad and plenty of vinegar! Next stop, the apothecary because there is no way I’m climbing The Rock with my ankle unprotected. The store we stop in has a really nice lady who actually let me try them on so I could get the right size wrap. Can’t do that at CVS. And she loaded me up with 800mg Ibuprofen so I could get some relief ...
... and they have been English for longer than the United States have been American.
Witnessed a very unusual sight - 4 peregrine falcons screeching as they flew around, ducking and diving. Apparently 2 adults were chasing their chicks away as they were now fully grown and had to fend for themselves. They had been doing this for the last 2 days. Tough ...