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Travel Blogs from Málaga
... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
... and Elaine and David had not seen them for over twenty years, but by all accounts it was a very happy reunion.
When Elaine and David returned we went to our respective rooms (we have adjoining staterooms on the tenth deck) and prepared ourselves for the Malaga Marathon. This is a tremendous spectator sport and highly recommend it to anyone on a cruise. Of course the name of the marathon will change depending on what port you are in, but the rules ...
... wine tasting. I ordered a white wine called Adra
that is a product of Spain. It was such a light, flavorful wine that really
complimented the salty food. We were seated upstairs and I noticed that there
was a stage setup there.
The singer was to perform late night and when she did; the crowd was roaring. The singer had a professional voice and engaged the patrons by pulling them off their seat
to dance and singing well-known songs ...
... plastic surgery….but seriously people…moderation. I’m not opposed to a nip and a tuck, but no frozen face. Just hit me….maybe they’re on this cruise to ease back into society? Perhaps. There he goes again….judgy Jim.
Christopher overheard someone chatting about the bandaged man. His report…..the gentleman had throat/jaw cancer. So sad, and he still smokes like a freaking ...
... it sits around a large bay flanked by the mountains. It has a large port, a long beach and a beautiful marina. The city is dominated by the Alcazabar, a fortress built by the Moors and the beautiful cathedral built by the Christians who followed them, a cathedral which is part gothic, part renaissance and part baroque, only because it took so long to complete it and styles change!
In fact, Malaga is a real product of its ...
Other places to stay in Málaga
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $103
Churriana, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $96
- The Rudest Reception, I have ever encountered!!!!
- Self-contained resort right on the Mediterranean
- Hotel Tryp Guadalmar
Plaza de Toros Vieja, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Carretera de Cádiz, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $136
Makro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $98
Parque Ayala, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $85
C/. de la Residencia S/N, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $1,307
Perchel Norte, Málaga | 2 star hotelfrom $59
Centro Histórico, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $142
- Molina Lario is fab!
- We loved this modern, elegant hotel!
- Nice hotel
Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $86
- Great location in historic district
- Great choice for a short stay
- Very good
La Caleta, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $98
La Trinidad, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- It was okay but
- Nice Hotel in a Convenient Location
- Nice, but not 4 star
Carretera de Cádiz, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $103
Málaga-Este, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $98
Churriana, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $102
C/ Horacio Quiroga, Málaga | 2 star hotelfrom $96
Vega de Oro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $118
Ensanche Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $85
- Great value, great location, very clean
- Nice little hotel
- A very nice hotel in all respects
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $84
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $128
- Great Location
- 2 Star, Maybe
Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $26