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Travel Blogs from Benalmadena
... and should be the best of the best! Unfortunately the one place we saw out of the whole of Marbella didn't serve their churros until 5pm. So we went and had lunch next door to that place and had a beautiful tapas lunch made with fresh seafood.
When 5pm finally came I could hardly wait. We ordered churros and they came out not looking anything like I thought. They weren't covered in delicious cinnamon and they ...
... result of the many petitions of the villagers. It is still an active bullring, with bullfights starting after Easter. Just watch out when they start serving Ox-tail soup at the local restaurants.
The Parish Church (#9) was finished in 1631, and was used by villagers in case of an attack. It's built just behind #10, the remains of old fortress walls, also used for protection from invaders from the sea. It's got ...
... air is an Irish airline so they speak English in the announcements which is just sort of nice. I worked a little on this set of phrases/words that I commonly use while traveling and writing them out in different languages. Just French and English for now. France is definitely a bit colder than southern Spain (which was almost 80 degrees today!) but it's still springtime, and I was greeted with a lovely pink and purple sunset.
The thing that I failed ...
... the works interesting. He once said "If I don't have red, I use blue". Picasso's work today was quite child-like in some ways. He would do this painting, finished or unfinished then do a great big date in the corner that literally looked like a kid wrote it. Very playful in some ways.
My favourite pieces were a series of ink on canvas works that showed a bull fight from the bull in the ring with the banderillero (flag men) and ended with the bull being ...
... birds, and of course the sweat trickling down our backs from the high humidity.
The guide showed us the difference between chrysalis (where butterflies emerge) and cocoons (where moths emerge). We learned that the butterflies were daytime insects and the moths were night time insects. Some of the chrysalis were just glorious; one was completely gold,and a drab, brown ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking