Residencia Universitaria Jacinto Benavente
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... which is sad. Driving into Malaga the navigator got lost, again. But we made it in the end to a very standard hotel without any character or atmosphere, we were both disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it is nice, pool, robe slippers etc., but we have been staying in some amazing places and a normal hotel is a bit......blah. We went for a walk to the beach, honestly don't bother ...
... demands it.
Just for my Amado's Spanish Fiesta friends, here's a picture from I think 1971...Croydon Park Friday 13th party.
That poor English family downstairs how they endured the racket - I feel terrible for them still.
Rick had his own blast from the past experience when the seafood paella arrived - just like he remembered from his days in Tampa's Ybor City.
With Roman ruins as a backdrop, what more could you ask?
Spanish history ...
... them haha. It's getting late and we've had maybe 7 or 8 drinks each so it's time to go, we finally get the bill and we've only been charged for 4 wines and only Laurie's meal OMG, really, I have fallen in love with Spain already! We also check out the huge fortress on the hill above Malaga for a great view over the city and Picasso Museum as Malaga was Pablo Picasso's birth ...
... Yes, my thoughts exactly. However, it’s actually a fabulous old house in the centre of the city filled with all sorts of gorgeous art, antiques and collectables and, not surprisingly, glass. What makes the visit though is the charismatic owner who guides you around with such enthusiasm and passion for his subject it’s hard not to come away seeing glass in a new light. As it were.
... the shadows of its numerous illustrous neighbors - Cordoba, Seville, Cartagena, Granada. Its warm subtropical climate however, has become a drawing card for massive numbers of northern European tourists in recent decades.
Malaga's oldest sight is the Alcazaba, the Moorish castle dating to the 11th century when Malaga was its own Muslim taifa kingdom. The Alcazaba contains a modest suite of palaces in the Moorish style that was ...