Petit Palace Plaza Malaga
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We had a lot of time to get to Malaga today so we started off slowly, packing our bags and finding a nice place for breakfast. It was already starting to get quite warm so we went to the beach and rented chairs after check-out. We didn't have any towels as we could no longer borrow from the hotel, but the chair renter guy told us that the pads were …
... i now have a personal tour guide for free. The one thing about the Andulucian people is that they are so open once you get past the language barrier. And of course all the texts between me and my personal tour guide were in Spanish. Altough her English is not the greatest, it is definately better than my Spanish however i made the effort when we met to try and talk in Spanish for most of the evening. She took me to El Puerto (boat port), she showed me the beach, ...
We also ate at El Pimpi's- a local favourite which has huge barrels of sherries and other aperitivos as part of its design in the its traditonal but trendy interior. But even at this time of year, when its sunny but with a cool breeze, everyone is outside!
From Malaga we went to Marbella and stayed just outside in campsite next to the beach. This is about an hour and a halfs scenic drive, along a road which hugs the coast, right next to ...
... and largely wind and cloud free. Just me, my kindle, a number of cervesa's and an assorted cast of new friends I made at the hostel who ranged in sex, nationality and toplessness. It was awesome. I got into Malaga in the late afternoon. And going against some of the best advice I had been given before this trip, I didn't know exactly how to get to the hostel. All I had were bus numbers and a rough idea where I wanted to be. So of course, I got onto the bus, without paying, ...
... to the beach so I could rest my strained muscle and we could get some tapas and sangria. The tapas we got were...er..interesting. There were 5: Sardines with tomatoes, Salad with shrimp and crab drowned in thousand island, Mystery Meat #1(which I believed to be goat) with pepper and mushroom sauce, Mystery Meat #2(which we know was duck parts, just not sure what parts), and octopus. It was decent, we were glad we tried it all. The sangria was obviously good. I've never ...