Ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad
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... was well impressed with the attire (not the hard work). The second thing of note in the paper was the 10 different types of coffee in this area, which basically tell the waiter the coffee to milk ratio (saved that article for future ref) and the third most disturbing (Penny found hilarious) was the situations vacant and adult relaxation columns, Penny literally couldn’t stop laughing, they were so ...
... on his mobile phone. 'Kaputt. No peep peep’, he said waving us away in a friendly but decisive manner before returning to his conversation.
Alternative 2. The port shuttle. This cost €4 return and took passengers to the edge of the town centre. ‘Cross the road. Everything is there’ we were told as the driver made an imaginary circle with his arm.
Alternative 3 – the MSC Shuttle bus. At $19.90 return not even a ‘Hmm. Should ...
... to her place and introduced me to her Father and Mother who were really welcoming and really nice and we sat down and talked. Her father was sure to make sure i was fed and fuelled up with Alcohol before i left, so he carved up some typical Spanish cheese and Ham and bread that he had made himself and got the red wine, Rum, and Whisky out. Surprisingly enough we talked quite well. For me i feel more comfortable talking with older people because they tend to talk ...
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We're all getting on like a house on fire and enjoying the experiences together. The kids have been great with the older ones looking out for the younger ones. With the fluctuations in temperature between the hot outdoors and cool, airconditioned indoors, some of us have picked up colds along the way, but nothing too serious.
We are absolutely gobsmacked about the cultural and historical significance ...
... was donated by Picasso’s daughter-in-law and grandson and it gives a good overview of his work as an artist. I learned a lot, but in Sophia’s words "all we did was walk around and stare at stuff."
The next day we had only one thing on the agenda – the beach. My Dad prefers history to sand so we left him to explore Málaga’s castle and fortress while we walked to Playa de la Malagueta. The ...