Manilva Park Hotel & Apartments
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... out high up the cliff. You continue on through a rather generic section of apartment blocks before you follow a pathway that tunnels through the old wall and takes you into the heart of “Old Gibraltar”. This area is pretty packed with tourist and has a rather artificial feel-- but it’s a pleasant change from comparatively dour cities like La Linea and Algeciras on the other side. The combination of sort of storybook style architecture and ...
... farms. Just a nice first few minutes in Europe. The free bus dropped us off at the Algeciras port with very little pomp and circumstance. No info, no guide, nothing. Greg was going to Gibraltar for a business thing I was hoping Greg's accent was Spanish but he said he didn't speak the language. Maybe being this close to Africa, his French would work here. Nope, no French, either. OK. Won't be any help, but do you speak German, I asked. He kind of grinned and said no good guess. ...
... find myself constantly going over items and rechecking to make sure everything is prepared for the trip, have I forgotten anything? No, I don’t think so, but I know I will keep checking anyway.
Orca now has a water maker, this unit I installed some months back as I had recognized that with me and the crew, we could not carry enough fresh water in our tanks, so reluctantly Kathie and I decided to purchase the unit. It took me four days to install, but has been ...
... parts it was sunny and hot, 28 degrees. We made it to the upper cable car station which is the highest point that tourists can go on the rock. The walk back down to the old town was even steeper and feet and knees felt it. Stopped briefly at the Morrish castle, then down the castle steps to old town. On the way down I said hello to some tradies working on a house and they suggested The Horseshoe Pub for a cold beer, which we did.
... this is such a strategic military location...If someone gets on a boat in Africa, you can see them coming for days. Then...the monkeys. The Rock is home to about 200 monkeys - free to roam wherever they want. They live 15-20 years and remember a time when tourists were allowed to feed them. Now there's a hefty fine and they're fed healthy monkey food instead of chips and candy bars. Local legend has it that as long as the ...
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