Pierre & Vacances Terrazas Costa del Sol Holiday Village
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- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... a lot of it fenced off. What really catches my attention though, is the large Saudi sponsored mosque built right on the tip of Gibraltar in the late 90s. Just a tad bit too brazen in my opinion… I really don’t want to retrace my steps back that same sun scorched road back to the other end of Gibraltar… maybe I should just take the bus… or… There’s a tunnel that chisels right through the mountain. I don’t know where it goes, ...
... back of the ship. That is one of the benefits of an aft facing balcony cabin!
Last night, after the olds retired to their beds, David and I went to the night club "SKYWALKERS"
it was really good fun, again no kids! and we stayed there 'til gone 1am. Art about 3am I was woken by the sound of Barbara's, ever so quiet, voice ringing out from the balcony on their cabin. I almost fell out of bed in my rush because I thought maybe ...
... and there are many fountains. We then strolled thru the old city which was once the Jewish quarters but is now called Santa Cruz Quarters. Lots of narrow little lanes very old buildings which are now occupied but the people had to retain the fronts as they were but could modernise the inside. Then it was back to the 15th century Gothic Cathedral which also houses the remains of Christopher Columbus. After that time for a ...
I will go to another place to walking my sheep! How about Tarifa?! Oh! A good idea!
Oh! I just remember that Tarifa has a woman who interpreted dreams. Let's she to read my dreams!
I meet that woman,she lets me go into a dark room,I am a lttle scard.
When I go into the room, I sit down and look around that there are a table, ...
... in the distance you can see the place that you are entering (although rather than the rides, this was the Rock itself). You then whip out your passport and without stopping walk straight into a different world.
Gibraltar to me felt very much like a colony, and I imagine it would be very similar to how Colonial India must've been (although obviously with Spanish features, rather than Indian). ...