Le Logis du Paradis
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Early nights on continent make for early breakfasts!
I struck off in search of a bread shop for the morning sustenance. A small shop is on hill nearby and she has more sweets than normal groceries but at least she had bread….sorted.
I set off alone to walk the steps above the town to get an idea of it's layout, the No. 33 bus takes you along the promenade to, if I might call it the classy part of town. It is here you have the designer shops and plenty shoppers in them. ...
... it is the only plane crash they have ever had in Gibraltar.
From the southern tip I walked through Keitley Way Tunnel, a road & pedestrian tunnel, back to the town centre. I walked back in the direction I had come from through Ragged Staff Gates, but ended up at Casemate’s Square, the opposite direction from where I had intended to go. I had lunch there & it was relatively close to the World War II Tunnels, so I walked up the hill again to them. I ...
... dull drive only livened up by a visit to the supermarket where amongst other things I bought a delicious looking creamy pudding in a fluted plastic dish and covered in chocolate chips. When I arrived at the new site the gate was locked. and I couldn't get in. There was no one at reception and I was wondering what to do when a nice Dutch man came and told me they shut for 3 hours every lunch time, but he had a key to the gate and let me in so I could ...
... but we joined on and learnt about how they double distill the wine and put it into a cask and then into a big vat, back in a cask and into a big vat and so on. It takes five years just to make the cask's the Cognac is stored in and that has to happen before they make the cognac! Everything is a long process but has been going on for three centuries. I asked what happened to all the precious expensive cognac during WW11 and they built ...
... for dessert. We treated ourselves to an aperitif & big servings of ice cream, followed by a walk along the estuary under the magical full moon. The sun still had not set and the temperature was still in the high twenties, it felt so good to be out enjoying the evenings special ambiance. Friday Today we wanted to go wine tasting so first port of call was the TI (tourist information) for local vineyards. Once again most of them didn't open until after 2pm, so we drove ...