Hotel Casa Vazquez
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Might i also add that it really was super super nice to meet a complete stranger that doesnt speak her language well and take me on a cool tour of Malaga, the people here are really open and nice. The next day I decided to jump on-line to meet some more people and test my Spanish even more. I contacted a guy who lived in Malaga that wanted to improve his English, he is studying English philology at University and his English is quite fluent and very extensive. So ...
The Costa Del Sol is a long standing favourite of the Brits- from Malaga to Gibraltar, the coast is dotted with resorts- Calle's & Playa's, small towns and large places like Marbella, Malaga, Figuenrola, Torremolinas and others. Now we have spent time here, not sure why some people might be a bit sniffy about this area, its mostly lovely!
Calle Mijas was a favourite and Benejafare too. They are all white washed houses, elegant bays and long, long beaches dotted ...
Malaga Spain, the southern most port in the Mediterranean Sea, also called
the 'White City'.
First item of business is internet. In the port building you can purchase minutes, similar to the ship – BUT we only paid $2.50 for an hour and were able to get our journal posts and pics all caught up.
It's another sunny and warm day. A 30 minute walk from the pier to ...
... swim in. We found a spot and spent a bit of time on the beach. The sand was much darker than the other beach which meant it got very hot very quickly. I even toughed it out enough to get into the water to cool off....to my neck. Logan could only make it chest deep. We tried to tough out the heat a bit longer and then it was too much. So we went up to the boardwalk to look for a place to grab a drink. There must have been a ...
... inside and out. My Celeste-assigned mission was to find a restaurant that served paella for one person, and I think I succeeded. She was frustrated when at a previous stop paella was only served as a two-person dish, and I'm not a paella fan - at least not of the most common version here (with seafood). We will meet anon. Whoever anon is.