Hotel Carlos V
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... same wherever you are.
When a ship docks all passengers will be given a time by which they must be back on board. This time is very clearly displayed as you exit and no one has an excuse for being late. But fortunately some people think it does not apply to them, or they misjudge the amount of time needed to return to the ship from wherever they are. And thus starts the Malaga Marathon.
The rules for spectators are very simple. Place yourself in a ...
... the Louvre. No organized tour groups….but controlled chaos as you searched area after area using Art History clues to navigate you. We actually learned a lot and saw a ton of the Louvre.
I know that our sophisticated readers (whoever you are) are probably cringing at the thought of us running about the Museum…but I highly recommend seeing art this way. If you’re not an amazingly informed art historian (which we are NOT) then it is a great way to see some ...
... After much endurance used to climb
to the peak, you're marveled by an aerial view of the city. I visited a second
time at sunset. I wasn't impressed with the city until I saw these sights
beside the beach.
Afterwards, we circled back to see the Málaga church with its typical Euro-style
architecture. And, right behind the Alcazaba is this outdoor open-air theater
known as Teatro Romano. After the uphill trek, we chilled out in the sun ...
... dye job comb over. HOLY ****! Who are they kidding?? What are they running from?? I love my greying hair (NOT my greying beard though…go figure). So, I shave therefore no beard, but my hair….I have earned each and every grey hair on my head, and I embrace it…even the receding hairline and bald spot in the back. Inevitable. Why fight it?
Facelifts….Men and women older than I who look twenty ...
... 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 ...