Monte Malaga Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you put the ipad in the bag?" Other person replies, " no," we both know that the ipad is our ace card and by failing to bring it, it's all going to be ruined. I know Gareth's calling me a ********* in his head for forgetting it and I,'m definitely calling him a ******. We both just look at each other through squinted eyes and turn away whilst kids continue to whine and other diners eye us up and down whilst silently testing our parenting skills in terms of ...
... kindly explained, that in Spain, to help the environment, you are supposed to pay for the plastic bags. The lesson we learned today is, buy less stuff or take your plastic bags with you next time.
Tomorrow we our taking a tour of Malaga with our study abroad group, and on Wednesday, we start school. Not sure when my next post will be, maybe after the first day of school. I miss my bro already, hope he misses me a little.
... 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 ...
... at Red Ginger. There is NO way the dreaded “N” virus would dare show its ugly face here.
I have never in my life seen so many men with “orange” hair! Guys….give it up. It looks SO BAD! Let your hair go its natural shade….grey. It is distinguished. The orange dye job looks so very, VERY fake. There are even those few who have managed to do what I call the double ...
... had to turn around and take the metro back in the opposite direction, which required buying another ticket. At this point it was also about 11:40 and I was kind of tired, since I started walking to the train station in Malaga at about 3:45.
Heading out of the downton on the metro I was surprised how crowded it was. It was literally stuffed with people until the very last stop. Heading back into the city it was basically empty though. Finally got off ...