La Posada Del Conde Hotel
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... Africa. From the top of its ramparts one can take in grand views of the Mediterranean coast line and the high peaks of Malaga mountains.
Pablo Picasso was born and raised in Malaga, a fact not widely known. Although Picasso did not return to Malaga since he left home at age of 19, now one can appreciate his great works in this museum set in a former count's palace, itself an architecturally interesting building with an elegant courtyard.
... the street we continued and we had seen a couple of African men selling handbags, but then we spotted several carrying a bundle over their backs which could only have bags in them … must have been some sort of convention.
We continued down the street towards our meeting point and again I stopped when I saw a cute bag in the window…in I went thinking it was probably only €25-30 … nope, it was more than €200 so I left ...
... good people that make a trip worthwhile, not just the destination.
If there is one thing I've been reminded of so far in this area of the world, its how much history there is. It truly makes the U.S. look like an infant in comparison and definitely puts things in perspective.
I leave for a 3-day jaunt to Morocco this afternoon and will be heading to Granada when I return before I leave for France. Should be a blast!
Buying the Ticket, Taking the ...
... Keenan slept in. The cathedral is worth a trip, at least if you like cathedrals. We picked up Keenan then walked through the pedestrian streets to the Alcazar, which is unfortunately closed on Mondays. We had not quite gotten to the entrance door when we encountered another cruise ship couple who gave us the news. We climbed the few remaining steps so we were slightly higher than the streets of the historical centre, but not quite high enough to have a good ...
... the highlights below except the Givralfaro Castle. We decided to walk from the ship to the castle which is about 3 kilometers. Once you get to the base of the castle you need to walk up hundreds of stairs and a cobblestone pathway for another kilometer. You can also take a bus tour if you don't want to walk. Thought we would never make it. Once you get to the top, you can tour the inside of the castle. Also if you still have energy, there is a ...
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