Down Town Hostel

Pasaje de Clemens 11, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29012, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

A trip into the Andalusian countryside

A travel blog entry by alim58

... strop after our first stop at the reservoir because we were meant to get Breakfast at our first stop! But due to the language barrier we had our breakfast on the last stop at the citrus farm! Bit tricky!, we had freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade bread with fresh marmalade and a pork terrine spread. Was yummy even if it was 1pm! The orchard owner was a real character, had an old vest on like Craig's Drizabone ...

Pena Negra

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952

10

... If anything, the ground alongside the fence is worse than what we've been struggling over for the past hour or so. It's at this point that I decide that although the other two might yet be able to make the summit, I certainly won't - in fact I don't think I'm even going to reach their position about 10 metres above me for another half hour or so!!

In the end, we all decide to go back. Just to rub it in, there's a parapentiste soaring above the summit of ...

You Can't Take it With You..

A travel blog entry by dixiej

4

... a feeling of weightlessness in between steps. I got back to the cabin, got the suitcases quickly set out prior to the midnight deadline and tried to get to sleep as we rolled and churned, listening to the wind whistle through the balcony door.

We exited the ship at leisure the next morning as we were spending our final day in Barcelona before flying home Sunday ...

From Malaga to Mijas

A travel blog entry by dixiej

68

... be clear; pashminas. Pashminas are wider scarves that can be worm more like a shawl as well as a scarf. After a little bit of research, they got their name because they are made out of wool from Pashmina goats. They are very finely woven and very soft.

These were my item of choice to bring home to my faithful dog sitters!

We walked through the streets to a wine museum where we were offered wine and olives. Olives ...

Malaga: Picasso doesn't live here anymore

A travel blog entry by aniemi

11

... the Butcher and Boar when we ate there, very pricey. The city is a city of balconies. They are beautiful. The entire old town is pedestrianized and on Sundays families just go out and walk the old town city streets. You will also note that Malaga also has a Roman Theater. I am beginning to wonder if there will be Roman theaters in Brazil.

So about Picasso. Picasso was born in Malaga but only lived here 10 years. His father was a museum curator ...

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