Residencia Universitaria

Address: Margarita Xirgu, 1, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Margarita Xirgu, 1, Málaga, is near El Torcal Natural Park and Municipal Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Málaga


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 ...

Day 14: Seville / Málaga

A travel blog entry by msa0201 on Aug 06, 2015

... On the walk to the beach we saw an old lady fall in the street. We helped her out of the street and a local kid eventually helped her walk home. The beach was gross and there were no waves, so Kelly and I drank at the beach bar that serves gummy bears and popcorn as tapas. For dinner we ate at Noviembre, a casual organic restaurant. We each had burgers and shared carrot cake and Oreo cheesecake. Would highly recommend this ...

Last day in Malaga

A travel blog entry by hethncol on May 15, 2015

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This morning we met up with the family again for breakfast this time. Churros and chocolate. Delicious but you wouldn't want to have it every morning! Then we said farewell to Ana as she had to go to work but we would see Pepe again in the afternoon when he would take us to the bus station. Estrella and Lupe took us to the Picasso Museum where we spent a most enjoyable 1.5 hours. Different paintings to those we saw in Barcelona and organised to focus on thematic ...

Granada and the Magnificent Alhambra

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 14, 2015

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... look like all in gold.

After our tour of the 22 acre palace complex, we continued on to see the Generalife Gardens and the Generalife Palace. The gardens and palace were constructed to be a place for relaxation for the kings. While the gardens were not in full bloom because of our winter visit, they were also beautiful and one of the terraces gave us a good view of the 3 hills of Granada. When we completed our tour of the gardens, one of ...


A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on Jun 10, 2014

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Malaga was the perfect answer to all of my issues. Which primarily consisted of not being anywhere that I could spent guilt free time on a perfect beach. Barca has some many things to see that when I was on the beach I felt guilty for wasting my time. Valencia was a bit windy and still enough of a city that I had a fair bit of a trek to get there. Malaga however, is small enough that I didn't feel the need to sightsee. I was staying right across the road from a perfect beach. ...