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... and so we just had to have a look at it.
Smaller than the one we saw in Uruguay, this one had more emphasis on local artists like Salvador Dali, and I have attached photos of a couple of the many original Dali pieces held here.
The other outing was this morning, along Spain's so called Golden Mile, ...
... ashore, usually pulling reluctant children, and if you're really lucky, protesting old age pensioners in their wake.
Then the time passes when everyone should be on board, but there are still lots of people on the gangways making their way on board. Although you can't see them you know that crew members are urging the late comers to hurry up as they all start pretend running. That's where the body makes all the movemens of someone running without ...
... 800 feet, and it was a pretty
hot walk up around noon. The views are impressive from the top, but it’s just
more of the kind of castle architecture I’ve seen so much of in Spain over the
last month. I had some curiosity in it for another reason. The Castle is where
my brother Doug proposed to my sister-in-law Aviva on a trip to Spain a little
over two years ago.
Malaga’s modern claim to fame is that it was ...
Malaga Spain, the southern most port in the Mediterranean Sea, also called
the 'White City'.
First item of business is internet. In the port building you can purchase minutes, similar to the ship – BUT we only paid $2.50 for an hour and were able to get our journal posts and pics all caught up.
It's another sunny and warm day. A 30 minute walk from the pier to ...
... to cycle through Malaga we go! (The girls had to use smaller bikes lol)
The bike ride was definitely very safe. We more or less cycled where people walked and Vladimir made sure no one was left behind. We stopped at various points of interest in Malaga, starting with the more historic bits - Alcazaba and the Malaga Cathedral before moving on to the more modern aspects, such as the market, the bullring (empty :( ), the port and the beach. At ...