Rincon Andaluz Hotel

Carretera Cadiz Km 173, (formerly Riu Rincon Andaluz), Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Cadiz Km 173, (formerly Riu Rincon Andaluz), Málaga, is near Plaza de la Constitucion, Picasso Foundation - Native Home Museum (Fundacion Picasso), La Ruta de los Tajos: Comares, Colmenar y Alfarnatejo, and Benedito.
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

Onthe Sea on the Sea, on the beautiful sea.....

A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 12, 2014


... what I’ve seen of it. The people are lovely, the sights inspiring and the sea so very beautiful. The beaches of the Costa del Sol are awe inspiring, the water warm but still refreshing and the waves not as treacherous as those off the California coast. We shall return…..sooner than later one hopes.

Yet another lesion – the travel is just that much better with one you love. Not that I mind travelling alone, but ...

I don't think I can be any more relaxed!

A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 11, 2014

... the air. The crew is more than the entire population of this ship! No thank you. Still and all, it was a spectacular sight to see.

After dinner we went for a walk. On deck, we noticed the black sky…tar black. No stars, no moon (did you see it last night – so beautiful). So surprised – today was so clear, with a few clouds, but here at sea we are enshrouded in the velvety black sky.

Off to bed ...

The Darwin Awards

A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Sep 04, 2014

... bed...but then of course death by infected bed sores is likely. This uplifting life reflection is what rapidly occurred to me today as we began to prepare for Matchu Pitchu with a leisurely 60 degree angled walk to the top of Nerja's local mountain town Frigiliana and I was considering the likelihood of death by a mix on antibiotics, bronchitis, heat stroke and dehydration or the possibility of coming face to face with a local boar that saw me as the weak herd member. The view from ...

Granada and The Alhambra from Malaga

A travel blog entry by dougo on Jun 21, 2013

180 photos

... tea with Chef Candon’s homemade mignardises.

Needless to say it was superb.

After the meal the Chef gave all the ladies a red rose and the Maitre D handed out our photos and one of the head waiters gave us a Culinary Journey cookbook from Princess while the waiter gave us our keepsake menus...as if we needed another heavy book to pack ! We are definitely going to have to send items home !

The luminere curtain went up and ...

Malaga, a pleasant surprise!

A travel blog entry by bdvano on Sep 10, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... the very edge of properties. We had seen news reports all summer of the various wild fires in Spain and now we were seeing the awful results.

Malaga city is a modern vibrant city and the taxi dropped us near the the Hostal Larios, which I had booked a few days previously. When we rode the tiny elevator to the third floor we were met by a very unfriendly hostess, who then showed us our room that we had reserved. It was old and smelled musty and was very small. It was simply not ...

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