La Posada Del Conde Hotel
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... and appreciate the ruins by remaining at stage level!!
Back on board, some late stragglers were actually booed and jeered from the decks of the ship. I’m not too sure why. They still had a few minutes on the clock. Maybe, as the captain was so peeved by the lateness of yesterday’s departure due to two passengers, he was the one leading the chorus!!
We ate, this evening, once again, in Eataly, one of MSC Preziosa’s speciality restaurants. This ...
- Spain's civil war was as recent as 1936 (just before WWII); i.e. it wasn't that long ago, relatively speaking
Oh well, it's another day tomorrow so stay tuned for further updates.
Meanwhile, we're all piling on the weight with all the eating and drinking. Price of food is on par with NZ while drink is generally cheap. I've tried the national drink, Sangria, but I think I'll stick to my beers.
... line and town.
Taken on a walking tour through the old section of Malaga (including the oldest Botiga (tavern)) as well as the birth place of Paco Picaso (also know as Pablo). Mid morning Alex and Jewel were transferred back to the ship as they were under the weather. We were also taken to one of the oldest taverns in Malaga where "famous" Spanish celebrities had attended over the years with ...
... headed to the Inquisition Museum, which had a large collection of torture implements that were incredibly disturbing, but little information on the Inquisition other than specific methods of torture. I walked through quickly then perused the souvenir shops while Andrew went through at a normal speed.
We then made our way through the lovely, cool, whitewashed lanes of the Jewish Quarter and visited the old Synagogue, one of only 3 in Spain to ...
23.15 - After yesterday’s exertions, i would be forgiven for taking it a bit easier today but no, i had another long, hard day, if not as bad as yesterday. I did at least manage to have a decent sleep and lie in even in the **** hole of a hotel i am in. A good breakfast was included so i stocked myself up whilst i had the chance. Without doing much research, i sorted my bags and set off to walk up the Rock Of Gibraltar. Despite having done a tough two week trek only a few ...