We have again visited Gibraltar and the Main Street is still bustling with shoppers of many nationalities. The prices for food are a little on the high side but there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. Cigarettes and liquor are very cheap but beware of the perfumes etc as they can be bought as cheap in the UK. If you are going to Gibraltar there is a cafe in the same building as the Methodist Chapel again on Main Street. The food is very good and cheaper with a very warm welcome. The Carpenters Arms is the name and you will find it about 15 yards on the left after the Government buildings with the canons outside. Whilst we were there there was no problems crossing the borders.
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