Hotel Silken Puerta Malaga
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... square. We popped into a drapery store, they had the most beautiful baby wear , shame my babies are getting bigger! Our last stop was at a citrus farm, we were meant to go there first but because there were 3 buses doing the same tour we did our tour in reverse. As there are only 6 of us speaking English ( only 36 English speaking in total on this half of the cruise!) we share the bus with Spaniards, they had thrown ...
... more than 3.5 hours will be needed. But eventually there's a fine spot to stop for an early lunch with extensive views back towards El Torcal to the west, and over the town of Casabermeja to the south. And in front of us, we can see the rest of the ridge and the summit of Pena Negra, the latter being about 200 metres above us now. There's a huge sheer drop on the left hand side of the ridge, and the right hand side is beginning to look a bit difficult too, but after ...
... a feeling of weightlessness in between steps. I got back to the cabin, got the suitcases quickly set out prior to the midnight deadline and tried to get to sleep as we rolled and churned, listening to the wind whistle through the balcony door.
We exited the ship at leisure the next morning as we were spending our final day in Barcelona before flying home Sunday ...
... the restaurants appearing to ramp up their tables. Even though many shops shut down between 2:00 and 5:00 for siesta, they open again and these cities come alive at night. We carried our treasures of magnets and T shirts and met our bus for our trip to the country and the mountain city of Mijas.
Up the hills we went outside of Malaga past olive groves, lemon, lime, and orange trees and high over the city and coastline to the city ...
... in Granada. Intricate Moorish geometric patterns with Arabic calligraphy adorn the palaces; beautifully situated terraces allow unobstructed views down the mountainous coastline; along the sloping paths luxuriant palms, bougainvilleas, and ubiquitous orange trees sway in the warm breeze.
The Gibralfaro fort higher up on the hill was built by the Nasrid kings of Granada in the 13-14th century when Malaga was its main port that controlled ...
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