The Melting Pot Hostel Malaga
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- 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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... very painful prospect of somehow getting 800 miles up the coast to Nice, where the ship next docks, without clothes or probably much money.
It's very cruel to mock, but let's be honest They've got over six hours ashore, most people made in time, so why not them? But anyway, now you know all about the Malaga Marathon and you also know why I never go ashore when the ship docks.
As a liitle bonus I've added a few extra pictures at the bottom of this page.
... a cagillion pieces of art and sadly, there were only about six of them were stuff I knew anything about.
The Mona Lisa is way smaller than we thought (I thought).
The building and architecture throughout the entire city is stunning.
The city is clean.
The weather was perfect.
And as I said, the apartment was cozy, convenient, big and surprisingly inexpensive!
Some highlights of Paris:
We did something we NEVER EVER ...
... born here) which was pretty interesting to see. I was waiting to see the painting where he cut his own ear off, then half way through realised than was Van Gogh. Woops. I wanted to go shopping yesterday to get some shorts and t-shirts as its getting really hot here but there was a strike on and everything was closed so I went today and being a Saturday, the shops super crazy. I got some things in the end but now it's only 4pm and I'm ...
... the concern for the coach driver who was due to pick us up was greater than that of eating, and so we had no time for lunch. We then arrived at the hotel in Granada two hours later to find a damp and cold city (even the UK was warmer), and being Sunday all shops were shut. We were due to have a group meal that evening, and so despite high levels of hunger by 3pm, I managed to wait. However the city walk around the cold city after being both tired ...
It's a bright morning after three days' heavy rain in Frigiliana, so it's time to get out and about again. I'm driving up to Acebuchal, a few miles from the village on the other side of El Fuerte, with the intention of covering a bit of new ground. The map shows a footpath leading over a col between the Cortijo Daire and the track from Puerta Blanquilla to the Puerto de Frigiliana. I'm familiar with both of these, but not the ground in between.
It's a fairly cool start ...