Bahia Malaga Hotel
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... any faster.
At ten minutes past the time the real fun begins. Arguing old people are my favourite. You can't hear what they are saying but as they stride along the gangway they would be saying "I told you the bus would not come in time", or "I knew it was more than a five minutes walk" or "why you queued all that time just to buy that stupid straw donkey I'll never know."
And now we reach the serious stage of the race. It is now twenty minutes ...
... impression was very positive and it only got better.
Okay, quick synopsis of Paris:
They have amazing French Onion Soup - like startling, crazy good! I should know I had it about a zillion times!
The Parisians are nice. Really nice. Everyone. Shop owners, restaurant workers, train takers, people on the street - everyone. We seriously kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, and not only did that not happen - even once but it ended up that the people ...
... sand and a big dock area. Nevertheless it's interesting seeing the different cities of Andalucia and the moorish influence in this are. Today we could see the coast of Morocco from the Castillo, that's how close it is. A little excitement after our guide dropped us off for dinner and was pulled over by police with guns blazing! Very scary for him but fortunately all ended amicably. Glad we weren't in the car at the time! Different countries different ...
... are jammed packed with vacationers making for a lot of congestion and frustration. Today we found, instead, paradise. We rolled up to the boardwalk, immediately found parking, hopped out and strolled along the promenade. The scenery was spectacular. We ventured to the edge of the Balcony of Europe, a precipice that juts out into the sea, for the breathtaking views. There is a pretty church and castle ruins here, as well, but mainly the area is full of ...
... from the 11th century. It was built on a Roman town; the Roman ampitheatre that was discovered in 1951 just outside its entrance is an interesting juxtaposition to the Islamic architecture. The Alcazaba is made up of towers, mosques and buildings and surprisingly beautiful gardens within its walls.
In the evening we arranged our transport tickets for the remainder of our time in Spain.
To thank Rubens parents for their ...