La Fuente del Sol Hotel

Address: Calle de los Cantareros,,29260, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29260, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle de los Cantareros,,29260, Málaga, is near El Torcal Natural Park and Municipal Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

Finally in Malaga

A travel blog entry by schylarmalone on Sep 29, 2014

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... Spanish, and knows a few English words. I think Amilia and I will be fluent in Spanish by Friday, Amilia disagrees. I'll let you know how this plays out. Diego took us to the grocery store. Definitely not a Walmart. We got a bunch of pasta and easy stuff to cook. So when we got to the check out the lady asked us how many bags we wanted for our stuff. Amilia and I looked at each other and said, "Umm enough to carry our stuff ...

Mijas Pueblo (village)

A travel blog entry by thecrankies on Sep 27, 2014

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... House) and learned about the local history; including olive oil, wine, farming, and bullfighting. No excursion has been complete without a visit to a local restaurant, and El Capricho did not disappoint!

It was a rainy day on the Costa del Sol, but we didn't want to sit on our couch after returning to our condo, so we wandered down the beach to check out ...

DAY 15: Wednesday, 17 September

A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 17, 2014

... are precious few spots. Initially we parked in a police only spot but after getting our bags out we went searching for another spot and got lucky relatively quickly. It's a good 500 metres though from where we are staying, but that seems pretty good given the dearth of parking places. Once we set off on foot it didn't take me long to see how wonderful this city is. It is not as well kept as Malaga, nor as ancient as Granada, but it has kilometres of ...

More Malaga

A travel blog entry by posullivan09 on Jul 13, 2014

... in ice cream by this point). We headed back to the hostel grabbed our bags and went to catch our train. Had a 3ish hr train back to Madrid where we had to change stations and find some food (incredibly difficult on a Sunday!) and got a night train to Lisbon! We were really hoping to catch the World Cup game on the train, thought it would be on in the bar car, but no luck :(. Ya gotta love Falling asleep in one country and waking up in another ...

A load of bull......

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 05, 2014

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... they originated here in Andalucia. So what are tapas? Well, they are bite sized portions of food. They can be anything from a bowl of olives or nuts served with a glass of wine or beer (in which case they are free) to small portions of whatever is on the menu, small meaning no bigger than a quarter of a normal portion. Tapas can be chorizo sausage, croquettes, meatballs, bruschetta, scrambled egg, etc. They are normally 2-3 euro each or ...