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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ofEngland. It took almost an hour to negotiate the crowds, the traffic and passport controls to get across the narrow isthmus to the island. We hopped into minibuses to do a tour of the island. Of course, all roads lead upwards and as we climbed up the narrow roads the views looking back over the Mediterranean were spectacular. For lunch, We managed to find a beaut pub called THe Star Bar- the oldest pub in the island - and enjoyed ...
... would see everyone again. I think my sister described it best as a sorrowful happiness.
Into the airport lounge and quick purchase of a camera, before onto the plane for a sleepy hour and a half on the runway. We slept while the plane was 'fixed`, which did not inspire much confidence, the wings started to appear much more flimsy, what was wrong with the plane?
Needless to say as i write this I survived the journey and arrived in a ...
... the local market. Not seeing many markets in Spain, this one was a far cry from the ones in France. More clothing, footwear and kitchen equipment than fresh produce, although some great bread and pastry product were bought and eaten, from a friendly non-English speaking seller. There were old ladies dressed in black, stockings to the knee and a scarf tied in a way that can only be described as gypsy like. They were selling (fresh) produce, so fresh they were still breathing, ...
... glass from windows in evidence. We left the van and set off to the border on foot. Although it is now low season there seemed to be a huge amount of traffic going over the border - we were later told it was for cheap booze, fags and electrical goods - some things don't change! A cursory passport check and we were in Gibraltar. Entering the small British colony involves crossing the airport runway which is a slightly unsettling experience. We ...
... pedestrians stream across the runway, business as usual!
What a place. It was so different from what we were expecting. Once past the runway we walked to the old quarter of Gilbraltar. This is a bustling metropolis. A large cruise ship was in berth and the shopping along the strip is filled with high end International names. There are a lot of Brits here as Gilbrator is an English colony. It was kind of comforting to hear and speak ...