Manilva Park Hotel & Apartments
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... was to NOT eat pizza - woo hoo achieved! It was very hard to not eat any pizza especially when Toby is eating pizza at lunch. The weather is warming up! Today was the first shirt & shorts day. We had our final massage at the day spa. We have become friends with the day spa peeps as we are there every day. Today my massage lady told me many funny stories of others she has given massages to whilst working for MSC. Her & ...
... the side of the boat are normal and do not damage the boat. Getting used to the crack of the sails. One night the main sail gibed (this is where the back of the boat passes through the wind) on me as we were handing over shifts. With most of the instruments covered up I had little sense of direction and turned the boat the wrong way. Luckily we had a gybe preventer on (a rope attached to the main boom arm which prevents ...
... visited the Great Siege Tunnels. These are a system of tunnels carved out of solid limestone. The works were commenced on May 25, 1782 by the forerunners of the Royal Engineers and today they stand as a monument to their ingenuity and engineering. They tunneled through the North side of the Rock in order to set up their artillery to protect that side of the Rock.We saw the Moorish Castle built in 1333 by the Moors ...
... airport houses the Royal Airforce and has about 20 passenger flights a day. A plane as large as the 747 can land and take off on the runway that is 8000 feet. When a plane lands, you are held by the police as the planes have the right away. Look at the images and you can see the runway. It is said that this is the 3rd most dangerous airport in the world. Gibraltar is such a different world than Spain; yet, alot of the workforce crosses over from Spain on a ...
... the British were fighting the Spanish in 1779 - 1783. Incredible what they were able to do by hand and how far along they went. We were going to do the WW2 tunnels but they were a separate fee and figured after seeing the Siege tunnel, would be a letdown. After talking to some fellow travelers, we were right. And by this time, wrap or not, my ankle was throbbing again. So, we decide to ...
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