The Melting Pot Hostel Malaga
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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Beach bum life! Today we spent the entire day on the beach. We rented lounge chairs and umbrellas and relaxed. It was a refreshing day. Jayden, the youngest of the group, went crazy between the beach and pool. It was hard to pull him away to get ready for dinner. It was also Michelle's birthday! The family went out to dinner and ice cream to celebrate. After a few of us went out for birthday drinks. We kept it relatively chill since we have an early morning for a day trip to ...
Friday we headed over to Puerto Banus to Steve and Ann's apartment for a BBQ after we had Sam run us to the local supermarket so we proud re stock Ellisa with all the liquids and heavy goods we needed for next few weeks. Good job done as we found Bacardi lemon, Sals favourite drink so the boat is now significantly heavier, Saturday was Sals Birthday so after a lazy brunch a shore, Sal heads off ...
... of the most celebrated religious traditions in this part of Spain that people from all over the world come to see. Of course I was smack dab in the middle of it and found myself lured in by the creepy costumes, the booming of the drums, the blaring of the trumpets, the intense almost nauseating smell of sacred incense and the ornately decorated and elaborately constructed religious "pasos" or floats ...
... a boat covered with flowers, which
sails down the coast with an accompanying fleet. No fiesta
in Andalusia would be complete without the ritual partying,
featuring plenty of traditional song and dance. Cármen is
the patron saint of seafarers and the celebration dates back
to when the town's main source of revenue was the fishing
industry. Every ...
... as we left before his boss showed up at 8am. He refused our offers of payment for the room, bid us goodnight, and left us to enjoy the comforts of a real bed. G-d bless that man.
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