Hotel Alameda Malaga
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... to re-hydrate, we could of had water but we needed the calories to get our energy back. Well that's my excuse.
That night we went to a typical Spanish restaurant and most of us went with Lyndon's recommendation of the garlic soup and Steak Rossini, absolutely spot on. Fillet steak with mushroom and fois gras, beautiful. Fed and watered we went home and slept like babies, well some of us did. Tomorrow is another day and hopefully even better riding.
... jamon y queso y postres autenticas, it was time to find la playa muy popular se llama Malagueta. In order to get this beach, we had to cross over a lovely palm tree lined promenade and flower filled park, take a leisurely walk through the marina and port full of sailboats, yachts and cruise ships, and pass through another area full of restaurants and shops that caters to the constant flocks of tourists. ...
... 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 ...
... at Red Ginger. There is NO way the dreaded “N” virus would dare show its ugly face here.
I have never in my life seen so many men with “orange” hair! Guys….give it up. It looks SO BAD! Let your hair go its natural shade….grey. It is distinguished. The orange dye job looks so very, VERY fake. There are even those few who have managed to do what I call the double ...
... it sits around a large bay flanked by the mountains. It has a large port, a long beach and a beautiful marina. The city is dominated by the Alcazabar, a fortress built by the Moors and the beautiful cathedral built by the Christians who followed them, a cathedral which is part gothic, part renaissance and part baroque, only because it took so long to complete it and styles change!
In fact, Malaga is a real product of its ...