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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hype or will actually come to pass, and we have a month left before we head over that way, so we are keeping our fingers crossed that the European money men will decide to bail the Greek government out before we have to decide if we must cancel or can go ahead with some confidence that our time there won't ...
So, that was Malaga. And what did we think of it? Well, take Gibraltar, remove the rock create mountains at the rear of the town and there you are. Yup, it's another dump. There's a beach and it's very hot but that's it. Not that Min and I got off the boat to see for ourselves. We stayed on ship and enjoyed the luxury of having most of it to ourselves.
Elaine and David went ashore and met some friends for lunch at a restaurant in Malaga town. The friends ...
... and I snoozed on a beach chair. I think mommy, Grammy, and Grampy ended up in the pool with the kids for a bit, but I was busy staring at the back of my eyelids.
· Kristi and I went back out to get more groceries, including stuff for dinner. In addition to a number of snacks, we picked up fixings to make egg and chorizo burritos for dinner. The chorizo was ...
... a very busy city, with loads of tourists, mixed in with locals and obvious Roma people plying their trades selling sticks or reading palms for money, and driving horse drawn carriages for dopey (costs €50.00) tourists. The main attraction was the Moorish/Christian Alcazar and gardens. This was followed by a walk over to the Plaza de Espana. The day, and week ended, with a sangria in the old Jewish area. A great way to end another full on week, in a great European city. Bring on week ...
... includes a small tumble washing machine. The kitchen has fridge freezer,hot plate,convection oven and has a good supply of crockery. A walk up the main street this morning was followed by lunch on the balcony - 'barra rustico '(bread stick)with pâté, cheese and tomato washed down with lemon shandy. Lunch followed by siesta led us to explore the beach and swim in the Mediterranean for the first time. Beach was fairly crowded and the water was ...