Don Curro Hotel
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Book room 712, lovely views over city, west facing so the sun sets on your balcony over the mountains. Lovely room with great bathroom, nice breakfast and helpdul staff. Brilliant location, will return.
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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
... around the plaza. The next day, Friday, I caught a train to Ronda. It's a 2 hour journey, but the scenery was so interesting. The small town was in the mountains, with lots of lovely white houses perched dramatically above a river. The steep cliffs were amazing, and made me feel a bit dizzy if I got too close to the edge. The Puente Nueva was a bridge spectacularly spanning a steep gorge. Apparently, this bridge features ...
Malaga is the gateway to the Costa del Sol, the strip of
coastline on Spain’s southern coast that introduced sunshine vacations to
hordes of northern Europeans beginning in the 1950s and is now so heavily
developed it gets referred to as the Costa Concreta. Malaga itself is not much
of a tourist attraction despite having a long history and ranks well below the
big three of Seville, Granada, and Cordoba in terms of ...
... about 770 BC, and from the 6th century BC was under the hegemony of Ancient Carthage. Then from 218 BC it was ruled by the Roman Republic and later the Roman Empire as Malaca (Latin). The internationally acclaimed painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso, Hebrew poet and Jewish philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol and actor Antonio Banderas were born in Málaga. The magnum opus of Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona, "Malagueńa", is named for the music of this region of Spain. ...
... out of the city for a panoramic view of Malaga. Upon seeing the "ladies" in the group, however, our guide Vladimir suggested that the City Bike Tour may be more appropriate instead as the Panoramic tour may be too strenuous. Qawi was disappointed, being the more athletic of all of us. The rest of us were more keen however, when we learned that we would not be cycling on the roads but instead would be on the pavements mostly (a no no in UK, lol). ...