Hostal La Palma

Calle Martinez 7, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

Olives and Picasso

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana

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Malaga was just a transit point. Ingot headed to Ireland from there and Martin, Carolynn, and I went on to Palermo. However, we did have a day and a half to kill, so we went to the famous Picasso museum and enjoyed a massive produce market (with vats of olives and vendors who would shoot streams of wine into one’s mouth from a skin). Oh we …

A trip into the Andalusian countryside

A travel blog entry by alim58

... had a much harder life, he whipped a pocket knife out of his pocket and cut us up samples of lemons, grapefruit, oranges, cumquats! Delicious! On the way out I thanked him and he promptly asked " are you non your own." "Would you like to stay?" Best offer I've had in a while ! We are invited to cocktails with the Captain tonight so better go get frocked up! At sea tomorrow then Rome then we are nearly on our way home ...

Pena Negra

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952

10

... the walk as "easy" - so it can't be all that difficult (despite the fact that we're staring at a nearly sheer cliff). Anyway, it's time to make a start, so we go upwards through some scruffy vegetation on occasionally loose ground, with a couple of people just starting a climb on our right. They've got ropes and other equipment; we've got walking poles.

But, amazingly, there is a route here, snaking upwards between the crags, to reach an impressive cave. ...

You Can't Take it With You..

A travel blog entry by dixiej

4

Our final day on board was at sea. We played Bingo for the last time and went to Shogun for a sushi lunch for Vicki's birthday. We had plans for the Japanese steakhouse later that night. We packed up our suitcases, went to dinner, saw the final show called Elements, and went to the casino. I got there just a few short hours after the German couple that had been stalking my play ...

From Malaga to Mijas

A travel blog entry by dixiej

68

... and everything. My kind of place!

We got some shopping time in and made our way back to the bus for a ride down the mountain and down the coastline back to Malaga.

This was by far my favorite place. Well, other than Barcelona. I'm very impressed with Spain and really would like to return fir some land travel. The high speed train comes right to Malaga and it has a major airport. I have tons of pictures. I hope you enjoy ...

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This hostel, located in the Centro area of Málaga, is near Alcazaba, Malaga Cathedral, Roman Theatre, and Bodega Antigua Casa de Guardia.
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