Hotel Silken Puerta Malaga
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... and should be the best of the best! Unfortunately the one place we saw out of the whole of Marbella didn't serve their churros until 5pm. So we went and had lunch next door to that place and had a beautiful tapas lunch made with fresh seafood.
When 5pm finally came I could hardly wait. We ordered churros and they came out not looking anything like I thought. They weren't covered in delicious cinnamon and they ...
... guided by a dove, discovered her in 1586.
We couldn't find #4, the Japanese Gardens with 6 traditional Japanese cherry trees, and we were totally surprised by #5 which was a re-creation of an old flour mill. Three weeks ago, there was just a small excavator digging out a cave under a stone overhang. Today, a recreation of the old flour mill stands there, complete with flower pots adorning the walls. It's ...
... a place and had a decent lunch. Got to the beach and took a few pictures. The water was pretty warm but not super warm, just warm enough to think you can probably manage swimming (which some people were doing).
The beach was not particularly busy, but it was a Tuesday during siesta time while kids are still supposed to be in school so that wasn't too surprising. It's a fairly large beach and I bet it's jam packed in the summer. Malaga is basically ...
... tiles, the traditional Andalucian balconies and the baroque (curved) part of the cathedral....I liked that too! I am surprised we don't bump into more stuff as half the time we are looking up and not down!
One of the main drawcards other than the Alcazabar and the cathedral is Plaza de la Constitution. This is the main square where everyone gathers. Embedded into the brick border which runs one edge of the square are five ...
... Roman ruins) to defend the city from Pirates. Later we're planning on visiting the big Moorish buildings in Granada and Cordoba. The Alcazaba in Malaga was built approximately 300 years earlier and unlike the other buildings, it fell into disuse after the reconquest, so the original Moorish style has not been altered by more recent rulers. Anyway, it was a new experience to be in a moorish fort, originally built 1300+ years ago to fend off pirates! Also interesting to see how ...
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