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... used during the battles to protect Gibraltar.
We started walking down into the tunnels where they had recreated the scene with cannons and set ups there to make it look like what it may have been like. The cannons were set next to small holes looking out over the shoreline and city. We could see the airport runway and quickly noticed the highway had been stopped and the cleaning truck was out prepping the runway for a landing. So I quickly got a spot in a ...
... the "Angry Friar". We went looking for it and found it! Of course we had to have lunch there again. The rest of the day was spent browsing through the little shops that cover the colony. Happy Hour is approaching so we must get cleaned up for the day's remaining activities. LATE UPDATE: We left Gibraltar, passed the PILLARS OF HERCULES and are now officially in the Mediterranean ...
... only 7 miles away). We decided not to take on the auto border crossing and further decided that the "attractions" on Gibraltar did not warrant becoming tourists, so we stopped on a hillside viewpoint as we approached the border and marveled at the imposing monolithic limestone promontory that is the Rock, snapped a few photos and returned to our villa. Note: Oh, well, we didn't know what a promontory was either, but we looked it up and it's a raised mass of land, ...
Evening all, an eventful day today, our last port of call before landing back in Southampton on Friday. Due to our recent epic fails at getting out of bed in a morning, the alarm was set for 7.30 as we were due to dock at 9.00 in Gibraltar. Sharon was out of bed before me and promptly opened the curtains absolutely flooding the cabin with bright sunlight. Impressed was I, not. She was straight out on deck and lucky too. Outside our cabin slightly out to ...
... car park. Decided to do a quick lap of the town in a red bus. Temperatures around 35 degrees but no humidity. At times it was quite hot on the top deck in the sunshine, but there were a few trees which made it pleasant. Seville is a very pretty town, with lots of interesting buildings. The cathedral is massive, in fact it's the 3rd biggest in the world behind St Peters in Rome and St. James in London. We only saw the outside as the lines were exceptionally long and didn't ...