Hotel Ibis Malaga Aeropuerto Avenida Velazquez
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... true. I had met a girl on a language learning app that lived in Malaga about 2 weeks before i arrived in Spain and she talked me into coming to Malaga rather than Madrid becasue Malaga is cheaper and more beautiful, also Madrid no hay playas (there are no beaches in Madrid) so i decided to book a flight to Malaga. Once i had arrived I messaged her saying "hey, guess what? Im in Malaga." and she quickly replied "great, are you free tomorrow? ill show you ...
... are lined with bars and shops. The large streets are lit up all year round and very pretty at night. Our hotel was just off a main street on the edge of the old town, by the harbour. A great base to explore the town from.
We ate a lovely meal to celebrate David's birthday in the sun, in a restaraunt by the old port. Which has been made glamourous and chic, with new spaces opened up alongside its edge. A lovely undulating sun roof runs alongside the quayside, ...
... out. Sergio, our tour guide, talked non-stop the whole way to Granada. He told us about the history of the area, the agriculture (lots of oranges near the coast, then olives farther inland, then grains, melons and other crops), fishing (people from Malaga are called "anchovies" because they eat so many of them), tourism on Spain's "Costa del Sol" (Sun Coast -- they only get 15 days of rain each year) and more. We passed many farms and whitewashed ...
... security guards as well as many a stranger in prague and granada with my embarrassing attempts to do the soulja boy. I also had to learn the moves for "Bye bye bye" just before the performance, luckily it all came together. (See video). Like Chinese weddings, there are silly antics which accompany an Indian wedding. One of which entails the bridesmaids and brides family(?) stealing the grooms shoes during the wedding. The bridesmaids outsourced ...
... in Granada. Intricate Moorish geometric patterns with Arabic calligraphy adorn the palaces; beautifully situated terraces allow unobstructed views down the mountainous coastline; along the sloping paths luxuriant palms, bougainvilleas, and ubiquitous orange trees sway in the warm breeze.
The Gibralfaro fort higher up on the hill was built by the Nasrid kings of Granada in the 13-14th century when Malaga was its main port that controlled ...