Iberostar Malaga Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
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... but the exhibit of the Royal Armoury with the shiny collection of armour dating back to the 15 and 16 century was worth the visit alone. How did horses and worriers move with all the copper hanging off them. We had no idea that the architecture would be so impressive. It may not be a Paris or Rome, but not fare behind. We only took one side trip to Toledo. A must for anyone in the area. Easy to get to from Madrid by train, only about ...
... and a cake called "Buenos Aires" that was essentially whipped cream, cake, caramel, and bananas. It was so good! Then we wandered around the city, and snuck into a hotel (a Marriott, no less) to go to its rooftop to watch the sunset. Then we meandered up the main "strip" where all of the Málagans seem to go to have fun on the weekends as it is essentially an outdoor mall, window shopped, and called it a night by laying on the couch (perks of the Air BNB!).
... some of which are closed for January and February. However there are enough to give plenty of choice and the German contingent ensures that there are plenty of CAKES! Most have special offers, coffee and cake for €3 or even €2.50, which is just a couple of pounds for a decent coffee and a huge slab of gateau. Or a tub of super ice cream for €2.20. What, ice cream in January? Yes, sitting out on the prom in short ...
... Maybe we’re getting old, but we were much more comfortable in jeans and sweatshirts, although we certainly enjoyed sitting by the sea and eating ice creams – especially as we’d heard there was snow in the UK!
Another trip was to Fuengirola, with its rather tacky seafront, but just a few kilometres inland is Mijas, a whitewashed village of Moorish origin. Perched high above the coast at 1,391 ...
... un-posed pictures so of course they were moving and often ended up blurry or walking out of the picture or someone else unexpectedly walking into it! After a while we met up again and walked a short ways to a restaurant to have tapas for lunch. I’m still a little confused about what actually is a tapa. We have had quite a few appetizers at our dinners that some people call tapas. Today, these were all on slices of French bread. We chose five different toppings (goat cheese with ...