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So, that was Malaga. And what did we think of it? Well, take Gibraltar, remove the rock create mountains at the rear of the town and there you are. Yup, it's another dump. There's a beach and it's very hot but that's it. Not that Min and I got off the boat to see for ourselves. We stayed on ship and enjoyed the luxury of having most of it to ourselves.
Elaine and David went ashore and met some friends for lunch at a restaurant in Malaga town. The friends ...
... to his flock.
The tour lasted two hours (about 1 hour and 45 minutes too long!). After we were done our mandatory sentence with Mr. I State - we were freed, released on furlough and able to explore the tower on our own. That was much more enjoyable.
In the end, the Tower was great and the views were incredible (duh!), plus we stopped and had French Onion Soup afterwards…so there was that!
As for the Louvre. We didn’t do that ...
... br> services. This hostel also has a buffet every morning as well as a daily menu.
It turned out that I was in time for the walking tour, but other plans awaited
me after befriending an Aussie at the hostel. My new mate was the first to approach
me and he'd been staying in Málaga for several days. I basically outright asked
him to be my tour guide and he agreed. No sooner than dropping off my bags, I
was out the door. First, crisscross over to ...
... of life. The staff are wonderful, attentive and pleasant. This ship is clean….I’ve seen them disinfect the handrails daily. When using the “facilities” they have a sign asking you to use a hand towel to open the door. Then, they provide a hand towel and waste bucket at the door for your convenience. The food servers at the buffet all wear rubber gloves. The chef, when cooking wears rubber gloves, we saw it ...
... else! Malaga is currently celebrating "Los 10 dias de la seta". If I say that this translates directly as "The 10 days of the mushroom", you will start to get my drift!
Having gone through Christmas, New Year and the Festival of the Three Kings on 6 Jan, Malaga decided that three weeks was enough downtime, so 12 restauranteurs got together and decided to organise a 10 day event to "highlight the richness of the native ...