Hotel Apartamentos Vistamar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After tapas he took me around the city and showed me some cool street art and the underground side of Malaga which was really cool also. Day 8 - I was invited by the girl I met in the 1st couple of days to her home town near Campanillas (a small village 20 min away from Malaga centre). So after a long extensive search for the correct bus and boarding a bus in the wrong direction I finally found my bus to Campanillas. I boarded the bus and caught it to where her ...
... that the GPS had directed us through to the parking area. So tight was one area, we had to fold in the mirrors to squeeze between the buildings. Pedestrians were forced to hurry between doorways to make their way up the street and I could have done some drive-by shopping from the car if I'd wanted to. Not the place to be if you are claustrophobic!! After a wonderful day an easy drive back while we planned our next ...
... Billionaires boats and cars plus all the nonsense the rich attract-eyewateringly expensive drinks, restaraunts, bars and clothes. It is in a beautiful setting, the sleek boats against the white buildings, with grand mountains in the distance and a never ending blue sea stretching out to the horizon. But despite this it seemed hollow and joyless,quite what its all for was hard to see. But I did enjoy looking at it for while.
Its a 6km walk along the boardwalk, known ...
... not buy them anyway hahahahahaha but we did end up with two Spanish jugs though? Off for a final drink before we say goodbye! Didn't want to say see yas but it was so good to see someone else from home! We have checked out of our hostel now so why not hit the beach agin before our 8 hour night bus to ...
... had brought up a knife to cut the bread and all of the provisions in the welcome pack (granola, orange juice, milk, butter, bread, tea). I had granola and milk again. The bread looked a little hard—ha!
I did the dishes because I hadn't done a thing to prepare the breakfast! Then around 9:45 AM, Michele and I went down to meet Kevan. Remember the ladies that I drove in with from the airport? A lot of the talk from the painters is about the ...