Residencia Universitaria Jacinto Benavente
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... on my way.
We catch up with the group and continue on our way, after a 10 minute continuous ride up a rocky hill we pass a few mountain bikers, why the hell would you pedal up here! I enjoy riding my bike at home but this was rocky as hell and we had engines. They must have been masochists. We descend the other side and cross a bit of a river, only about 10m across and about a foot deep but just something new to navigate. We meet up with John again ...
... the beginning of Semana Santa en Espana (holy week in Spain), which I was told is something not to be missed since it is such a big ordeal in this part of the country. Like many tourists, I was slightly taken aback by the colorful costumes worn by the hundreds of people, both young and old, that I was told by some locals in a coffee shop are supposed to represent Cyprus trees (not KKK), and that this ...
... After much endurance used to climb
to the peak, you're marveled by an aerial view of the city. I visited a second
time at sunset. I wasn't impressed with the city until I saw these sights
beside the beach.
Afterwards, we circled back to see the Málaga church with its typical Euro-style
architecture. And, right behind the Alcazaba is this outdoor open-air theater
known as Teatro Romano. After the uphill trek, we chilled out in the sun ...
... what I’ve seen of it. The people are lovely, the sights inspiring and the sea so very beautiful. The beaches of the Costa del Sol are awe inspiring, the water warm but still refreshing and the waves not as treacherous as those off the California coast. We shall return…..sooner than later one hopes.
Yet another lesion – the travel is just that much better with one you love. Not that I mind travelling alone, but ...
... the old and new in this city was amazing. This is the birthplace of Picasso.
The port and dock area is unbelievable vast. Very modern dockage with a lighthouse in the middle. The walkway to the city is lined with shopping, coffee shops, and restaurants. We walked to the lighthouse and found a "Hop on Hop off" bus. Perfect. We only had the morning before we needed to be back to the ship to board our tour bus for our afternoon ...