Hotel Ibis Malaga Aeropuerto Avenida Velazquez
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- Free parking
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... an exhibition of Louise Bourgeois exhibiting her work and a pictorial exhibition of her life. Her work is very thought provoking and some of it is extremely provocative. Not much else for today. Think that I'm a bit over Spain, I really haven't enjoyed Malaga much, very touristy, dirty and busy. I find that at this point in time I'm longing for home. I hope that Ronda lifts my ...
... luck rather than intelligence.
In the end, we are thrilled beyond words to say that we found the school for Hagan and that is all sorted out while we continue our travels.
As for our continued travels…well, the last couple of days included a bumpy flight back from Spain, a night in an airport hotel in Paris, a 7 hour plus car ride (car nap for me) to Nuremberg, Germany, (a great hotel, dinner and breakfast) and then a few hour trip to Prague, Czech ...
... when he was even 90 years old. And in the "basement" were archeological ruins of the former city that is now Malaga. If you love Picasso this is the museum to see. He considered Malaga home even though he left here when he was 19 years old and never returned.
Tomorrow I take the fast train to Cordoba...the fast and expensive train! The bus would have been 3.5 hours, the fast train is ...
... denominators are Jed and I. And we are still talking, joking and laughing....mainly at me. But a jokes a joke right?! It's been an amazing three months! We've seen so much yet it's been a relaxing three months, despite the runs to the plane and leaving a lot to the last minute, the **** hostel rooms and annoying black cat. We've managed to 'wing it' round Europe and winging it has paid off! Now, for one last wing it. We have ...
... fighting for their independence for 150 years....how do they feel about this very iconic Spanish bull? Well, there was a 14 metre high, 4 tonne Osborne bull dominating the Barcelona countryside. In three hours, Catalan militants managed to saw through its four cast iron legs and bring it crashing to the ground....this symbol of Spain...this advert for Osborne brandy!!!
Don't you just love the Spanish - we do!