The Melting Pot Hostel Malaga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Melting Pot Hostel Malaga Málaga
This was a good hostel... right on the beach, helpful and friendly workers, however, the 10 people for one bathroom is a little annoying. Otherwise, everything was good.
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... to go and sit on the next suitcase so Sue can try to close it. Packing the right clothes for 36 days away is a bit of a challenge but hopefully we will be ready to leave tomorrow!
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Sue and Trevor ...
We were heading for a camp for Christmas, and along the motorway we find a market, and then an aire. Driving in you could not miss the Kiwi Flag hoisted high by John and Kerry's camper. They are our first kiwi's on route since Mark and Sue in Normandy, France way back in August.
... good companions to share stories and experiences. We enjoyed this very much.
We were asked to leave the site by the beach on the second night by the police. A pesky and by all accounts lousy restaurant owner complains. It was ok, as we moved to the official aire down the road.
Gayle and I enjoyed a nice bike ride along the cycle way along the beach.
... we noticed the Roman Amphitheatre. Tonight they are having a performance of an ancient play- I truly didn’t catch the name of the play, because I did not recognize the title in Spanish. From there we took off through the city. Much as I did yesterday, we walked and walked just looking at things and taking pictures. We saw a bull ring just across the street…..thankfully we did not go any closer. No “show” ...
After days of exploring all of these historically significant locations, we decided to start out today with something a little more contemporary. Pablo Picasso was born here in Malaga and we toured the small museum dedicated to his works. Neither one of us is an art connisseur, and could not fully interpret, or even really admire, his creations. There was plenty of biographical information about the artist, and ...