Hotel Alameda Malaga
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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 ...
... Billionaires boats and cars plus all the nonsense the rich attract-eyewateringly expensive drinks, restaraunts, bars and clothes. It is in a beautiful setting, the sleek boats against the white buildings, with grand mountains in the distance and a never ending blue sea stretching out to the horizon. But despite this it seemed hollow and joyless,quite what its all for was hard to see. But I did enjoy looking at it for while.
Its a 6km walk along the boardwalk, known ...
Málaga is a state and a municipality, capital of the Province of Málaga, Andalusia, Spain. With a population of 568,507 in 2010, it is the second most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth largest in Spain. The southernmost large city in Europe, it lies on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of the Mediterranean, about 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar and about 130 km north of Africa. Málaga enjoys a ...
... we were back in the states. After our time at the beach, we grabbed dinner at the grocery store and headed back to the hotel. It had been a very busy day and it was nice to finally be in a comfortable room, expect for the smell of cigarette smoke in our “nonsmoking” room.The next day we weren't ready to do any driving so we decided to try the Malaga beaches once again. This time we went to a beach that was further ...
I'm taking a train to Algeciras. (Yes, I have noticed that it sounds like the name of a certain shady news outlet. And no, I don't mean MSNBC. The other one.)
From there, I'll be starting the real adventurous part of this jaunt across the globe!