Hotel Carlos V
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... takes the A-Team on a different path and we prepare to make our way back with Lyndon. I take a quick look back an watch a young girl on a moped ride across the river and head off up the rocky hill in a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops. Well don't I feel like an amateur.
We ride for another hour or so and the Pink Team all make it back in one piece with no major injuries. After getting out of our protective gear the A-Team arrive and we all have a ...
... yeah, right? Were we ever mistaken.
First a walk to Picasso down crowded streets, through busy plazas lined with cafés and street perfomers, stopping at the tourist information depot picking up a city map and a Semana Santa booklet with each day's schedule, both critical to have on this day. The museum holds his family's holdings and the pieces progressed from his early years through a painting done in the year prior to his death in his 90s. ...
... on the water), and knew that I would have to stay here for more than just one day to soak in all this wonderful sunshine for this 33 year old soul. The others had to return to Madrid early the next morning but with the kind help of my new airbnb host/friend, Mora, I found a way to stay in the city for a few more days because quite frankly, I needed more of este sunshine by the sea. Additionally, this ...
... ride. We decided to do the shuttle bus in to the city provided by the ship which was 7 euros each return. Malaga has a very similar climate to Perth and it was a very pleasant 26 degrees. They have planted a lot of tropical and sub tropical plants in the city and Emma suggested it felt like LA or Hawaii (neither place she has yet been too!). It was a very nice city though and our impressions of the city were ...
... about the history of Malaga. Back to the ship, past the feral cat colony and topless sunbathers on the beach..... Ship left port at 5.30pm. After dinner, which was very nice but kids obviously tired because not pleasant at the table, we went for a walk outside to find we were just passing the rock of Gibraltar. Very lucky we went out as we don't normally and we thought we would not be passing that until the middle of the night. Not that it ...