Hostal El Nogal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... statue towering over the happy couple.
At this Granada wedding we were finally able to see what happens AFTER the ceremony and outside the church.
Strangely, about 10 minutes later, we saw all the bridesmaids, unmissable in their cobalt blue dresses with bright red flowers, standing around one of those upside-down keg tables at a bar having a drink.
Why they weren't at the wedding reception I have no idea!
Early evenings are dedicated to walks ...
... Century in place of a mosque and one of the main towers still remains incomplete today. Malaga boasts of being Spain’s second largest port and its third largest international airport.
We spent the best part of the afternoon at the beach and it was lovely and relaxing. The children enjoyed a short swim and then walked back to have tapas for dinner - yum!
Tomorrow we head off to Granada - which I am really looking forward to seeing the Alhambra.
... a similar fortress nearby) provides some insight into Spanish history. The Spanish culture is very different and at times puzzling. Shops and cafes generally don't open till after 10am; lunch doesn't really begin till 2pm; tapas begin at 8pm and dinner at 10pm; and people go clubbing at 7pm... and when you throw in a siesta between 1-4pm, we start to question how they remained productive. Most of the Spaniards are also immaculately dressed, even ...