Queen's Hotel

Address: 1 Boyd St., Gibraltar | 1 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Gibraltar

    Every Contact Leaves a Trace

    A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Jul 08, 2015

    3 photos

    ... always left behind when you touch something and this is what the forensic scientists study when they're looking for suspects in crimes.
    DNA is a subject of it's own but advances in this area mean they can trace your DNA even if you're not on the DNA database through something called "Familial Tracing".
    It's a tough subject, but Dr Hunt did good talks, peppered with jokes and she managed to keep it all family friendly for the kids in the audience.

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    From Spain to the UK to see African monkeys

    A travel blog entry by sealefamily on Jul 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... away from photographers decidedly. You got the sense of where the expression monkeying around comes from, especially watching the young ones playing in the trees and jumping off their parents. We then took the road less traveled at the top and walked partway to the Southern tip where we could see Africa 15 miles away. After enjoying the sights (and especially the monkeys!) we headed back down the cable car. Despite ...

    Monkey Business

    A travel blog entry by kyle.l on Jun 16, 2015

    94 photos

    ... was built in 711 AD by the Moors and was in use until the end of WWII 1945 by the Great British. Above the castle lies the Great Siege Tunnels. They span some 34 miles through the rock and were constructed over a 200 year span, mostly by the British Army. Construction methods early on produced about 700 lineal feet a year, but by the 1940´s it had peaked 10,000 lineal feet. The public is only allowed to walk a short portion of the tunnels, but they ...

    Clink clink!

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jun 11, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... the middle of the night an “official” looking boat circled around us anchored and then decided to give us a nice sizable wash – a hint to move on.
    After settling in we went over to Gibraltar – we're still a bit stunned that we are finally here in the Med. It was a weird feeling walking over to Gib – you need to go through border control and then walk across the runway to get to Gib.
    We walked around the marinas then proceeded into ...

    We are at the famous rock!

    A travel blog entry by michealhurley on Jun 06, 2015

    3 photos

    ... is full of new apartment blocks and several more under construction. We felt obliged to buy our evening meal supplies in Morrison’s but the cost of everything is more expensive than a UK store but twice Spanish prices in Carrefour back the road but it looks like a lot of the residents like their UK brands and will pay a premium for them. Anyway the delay of going backwards and forwards to Spain would discourage people. ...