Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Gibraltar, 1909



GIBRALTAR.
View of the Harbour with the British, American and Russian Fleets
31. January 1909.

Stamp and postmark missing.



Wm. Benton
527 Scotland Ave
Topeka
Kans.
U.S.A.


Sept. 14th, On the Mediterranean Sea,



We just left Gibraltar yesterday. Noon we get to Marselles.  Thence to Monaco at 8 a.m.  Then we stope at Naples Italy, with in two days from France.  We are having a fine time.  No one sick on this trip.  We had a storm when we crossed the Atlantic.  One day was bad.  All of boys were sick.  I have not been sick yet.  Howard and Paul are so well and having a fine time.

Fred & Alta Hoyt.


2 comments:

Ellena said...

My memories of Gibraltar go back 10years.
First view of it from far, a mist/cloud veiled huge rock.
'Gib' is a country, a town and a rock.
Saw monkeys sunbathing on a stone fence, had a parking run-in with a 'Boby' and ate porc roast at "The angry Friar".
The line up at the border to Spain......no comments.

Rob From Amersfoort said...

I've never been there. I imagine a rock with a pub and spoiled monkeys at the top.