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Feb 20th, 2014, 06:07 AM
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Do you have favorite webcams for Andalucia?

I like to use webcams as a way to get a small preview of a location when I am planning a trip.

Thanks to the increase in the number of webcams it's easy to compare weather forecasts with what you are able to see in real time on the webcam. If the webcam gives enough detail I can check out what people are wearing so I have a good idea of what to pack. It's also a help to see landmarks at different times of the day instead of just looking at a photo.

Can you recommend webcams for any of these Andalucia cities, Cordoba, Seville, Granada, Cadiz, Jerez, Ronda and/or Malaga and towns along the Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz?

Thanks for your help, Deborah
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Feb 20th, 2014, 06:41 AM
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'favorite' as in amusing, 'along the Costa del Sol' and in case of a (misguided for me) wish to visit Gibraltar in a vehicle during the present upset - http://www.frontierqueue.gi/
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Feb 20th, 2014, 07:02 AM
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WomBatt--Gibraltar was on my daytrip list while we are in Jerez, viamichelin.com shows about a 1 1/2 hour drive routing through Medina-Sedonia. In light of the "present upset" would you discourage a daytrip there? Is that the border entry? Is congested and slow the norm for car traffic throughout the day? Many thanks for the webcam--it certainly has me reconsidering my daytrip plans Deborah
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'Is that the border entry?' - Yes, it is exit and entry from the Gibraltar side, that is why the website is called 'frontierqueue'

'Is congested and slow the norm for car traffic throughout the day? ' - A most definite - yes, no, possibly.

If you make this effort leave the vehicle on the La Linea side and walk across, which will ensure next to no or no problem.
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