Hotel Malaga Nostrum
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... after a quote of $140) and a week’s supply of antibiotics…..YIKES. Good thing Chris didn’t go to the doctor…in Chris’ words – that’s 2 pairs of shoes!! One must understand, he relates all things in comparison to shoes….he is his Mother’s son!!
We truly have enjoyed this excursion and learned a few things. One VERY important lesion was learned today at breakfast with an ...
... we went. Our first goal….the Cathedral. Interesting Gothic church with only one tower. Looks like they didn’t have enough money to finish the second tower. Oh well….better they should save it (no…I better stop there). No, we did NOT go in, outside was plenty nice.
Second goal – the Alcazaba ruins. SO COOL! Phoenician ruins co-opted by the Moors so one may see a Phoenician column supporting ...
... refuge in what turned out to be Romeos owners Casa, enjoying a welcomed impromptu offered cool drink, probably due to the look on our faces and now pooling sweat on our 'super light weight' clothing. Once we finished I still looked out for the Boar on the way down and was disappointed donkey was not a menu option if I must be honest once we made it to the restaurant. But on reflection as someone that is a perpetual worrier, perhaps Romeo is a good reminder that life will never change or ...
... It was obviously touristy with all of the gift shops and cafes in the area. There also was a strong showing of both Asian food and Arabic food. As we walked through we realized we hadn't eaten lunch but it was siesta time, which meant we resorted to old faithful, Burger King. You can always count on an American chain to feed you at odd hours compared to the rest of the country. Once we ate we continued on through the zigzags of ...
... artist. He was offered a professorship teaching in another part of Spain, so off the family went. Picasso returned to Malaga once in 1900 and never returned again, due to the Spanish civil war. He was a communist and General Franco was certainly not. Franco did not die until tow years after Picasso died. The first time the people of Malaga saw Picasso’s paintings was in 1992 as they were previously considered immoral (I am not sure by who). ...