Residencia Universitaria Santa Paula
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... Driving to Malaga, we took the freeway through Seville, so didn't really see much of it, just a huge city with lots of traffic! Once we were out of the city, the landscape changed to olive groves, and what must have been thousands of acres of them - guess they really like their olives here! Lots of processing factories along the way too. We arrived in Malaga in the early afternoon and found our hotel (the Hotel Las Vegas if you can believe it!) then set off to explore ...
... but where aren't they anyways...)
is a nice place to start with. The Picasso Museum and the Mercado
Central will remain in good memory for me. El Pimpi is a place I needn't
eat again (too touristy). Close to the hotel is a local who serves
authentic and doesn't rip off travellers: EL Greco at Calle Ayala X
Gongora. Great food and known to locals is also Asador Inaki.
... are precious few spots. Initially we parked in a police only spot but after getting our bags out we went searching for another spot and got lucky relatively quickly. It's a good 500 metres though from where we are staying, but that seems pretty good given the dearth of parking places. Once we set off on foot it didn't take me long to see how wonderful this city is. It is not as well kept as Malaga, nor as ancient as Granada, but it has kilometres of ...
... from him on a variety of topics that we enjoyed reading, and the different mediums he used over the years were well represented, but the reach of his surrealism was too much for us. As we were leaving the museum, a large group of 3rd graders on field trip were entering. I think that they may actually be able to identify with Picasso's art, since he tended toward the child-like.
We hiked from there to the big ...