Monte Malaga Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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So firstly I want to give you some insight into how much Spanish I actually know and at what level I was when i arrived. Before i arrived in Malaga i had always wanted to learn Spanish and 2 years prior i decided to start self studying. I downloaded an app called Duolingo and still use this wonderful piece of software to this day. The app is very fun for keen language learners and offers a really cool interface for Web, iPhone, and Android so you can learn on the go. ...
... It makes for a lovely landscape to admire, drive in and walk around.
We spent a couple of days in Malaga for David's birthday and my mum came to stay with us at the same time too. So nice to see her and showing her our mad little life. Giving her flavour of travelling round, we moved about a bit! Stayed in Malaga in a great hotel-with a BATH!!!funny what you miss...Its a great place, its old city, once ringed by stone walls, is nearly all pedestrianised and the ...
... of priority for their past loyalty and being in a suite. Turns out he and his wife were doing the 7 day cruise and a few days ago (Tuesday 18th) were unhappy to find that the Chef’s Table was fully booked so after harassing someone, he saw the Maitre D personally and Voila, a seat at the table. I didn’t dare mention that we were in an inside cabin and booked our seat at the Chef’s table on the pre-cruise.
He also ...
... the concern for the coach driver who was due to pick us up was greater than that of eating, and so we had no time for lunch. We then arrived at the hotel in Granada two hours later to find a damp and cold city (even the UK was warmer), and being Sunday all shops were shut. We were due to have a group meal that evening, and so despite high levels of hunger by 3pm, I managed to wait. However the city walk around the cold city after being both tired ...
Our hotel put on a wonderful buffet breakfast, so this morning we took advantage of it and then headed out the door. Our first visit in our planned exploration of Malaga was the Castle Alcazaba, a Moor palace ruin high on the mountain overlooking the city. The 10 minute walk to the top was aerobic and a good way to start the day. On the way up, there were several places to stop and view the city. The port, cathedral, bull fighting arena, and the downtown core all ...