Hostal La Palma

Address: Calle Martinez 7, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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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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    A travel blog entry by galin1961 on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... it's sand is a shade of grey and littered with cigarette buts. There were a lot of cats living amongst the rock wall next to the beach. Today we went to the Picasso museum. It was interesting but it does astound me how much one can read into a painting. I think his work is very interesting and am amazed that he continued to paint until the day before he died. In the same building ...

    Malaga - Picasso's Mediterranean Home Town

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 18, 2015

    88 photos

    ... br> and boyhood home of painter Pablo Picasso, and the city makes much of its
    favorite son even though he never returned over the last 70 years of his long life,
    the latter half of which was out of protest over the Franco regime (remember his
    painting “Guernica”). Franco lasted about two years beyond Picasso’s death.
    Malaga has two museums to Picasso, one containing his birthplace and boyhood
    home with a bit of room ...

    Spain Day Three

    A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Nov 03, 2014

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    ... day stop.

    In Malaga, they still fight the bulls and there is a huge newly built 'bull ring' (not to be confused with a stadium)to watch the events. We did not venture in that direction. There were plenty of flamico and gaucho outfits lining the street for purchase, along with the usual wooden castanets and swords.

    Shopping on this trip has become tiring and unpleasant (I am not making ...

    All smiles in Malaga

    A travel blog entry by ihsaneverywhere on Apr 24, 2014

    29 photos

    ... is so high up (over 400 metres) that you get a really nice panoramic view over the city. It was in fact positioned rather nicely for sunset, so we stayed a couple of hours there to wait for the sun to go down. A *lot* of little flying insects came around that time tho, so it was almost a chore to wait, but it was a really nice view. :) You could see all over the city, including all the places we visited. The Alcazaba, of course. The cathedral, ...

    La Buganvila, Marbella, and around

    A travel blog entry by thereays on Feb 24, 2014

    Sunday 23rd February 2014

    It being Sunday, we are off to Marbella on the bus, and Kathleen goes to church, followed by a pleasant lunch overlooking the beach.

    Waiting at the bus stop, on our way back to the campsite, Kathleen gets chatting to another woman, waiting for the bus. It turns out she too originates from Jarrow. It is almost like a normal ...