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- Swimming pool
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... woman and to my surprise it was right in the Centre of Malaga in the middle of the nightlife, shops, plaza de la Merced, and 5 mins to the beach by foot, PERFECT! So what to do what to do..(i thought). I am in the middle of Malaga, dont know the language and i am by myself. How the hell am i going to survive. The human race is very adaptive, you will soon find that you quickly learn what you need to in order to survive (sobrevivir). Well when i say alone, thats ...
... It makes for a lovely landscape to admire, drive in and walk around.
We spent a couple of days in Malaga for David's birthday and my mum came to stay with us at the same time too. So nice to see her and showing her our mad little life. Giving her flavour of travelling round, we moved about a bit! Stayed in Malaga in a great hotel-with a BATH!!!funny what you miss...Its a great place, its old city, once ringed by stone walls, is nearly all pedestrianised and the ...
... example of architectural art in all of Spain. Although the tour was expensive, we decided it was something we should not miss. The weather was cool but sunny. It was predicted to get to about 65 or so, but Granada is in the foothills of the mountains, so it could be cooler. We brought jackets and hats, just in case. Our bus held just 29 passengers -- groups at the Alhambra are limited in size to no more than 30 -- so there was lots of room ...
... was a Sangeet, which is a major dance extravaganza, where friends and family (namely the latter) perform elaborate dances for everyone. The maid of honor created a Bollywood skit honoring the couple, and I volunteered to be part of 2 dances (30 seconds each). It entailed learning dances for the soulja boy and nysnc's "bye bye bye". Armed with a YouTube instructional video, I began to practice the soulja boy in the days leading up to the sangeet. I've ...
... the shadows of its numerous illustrous neighbors - Cordoba, Seville, Cartagena, Granada. Its warm subtropical climate however, has become a drawing card for massive numbers of northern European tourists in recent decades.
Malaga's oldest sight is the Alcazaba, the Moorish castle dating to the 11th century when Malaga was its own Muslim taifa kingdom. The Alcazaba contains a modest suite of palaces in the Moorish style that was ...