Hotel San Pablo
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... Alcazar were the back garden and the throne room. The throne room had extraordinary tiling and detail. The roof was domed, and made to look like the sky at night. In the back garden, we saw a duck following a peacock. It was quite cute. There were many peacocks and orange trees around. It was just a very peaceful and beautiful area.
On Sunday we went to Mass at the Cathedral. It was a lovely sung Mass, all the singers were men.
Another thing I ...
... Cento. It does seem very well located. We have a plan on how to attack this city and will be heading off shortly. Pudd mentioned something about being hungry and cream buns so that might be the first port of call. The drive here was quick. The landscape since Malaga has changed from one that is filled with rubble mountains to a hillier used for agriculture - we've seen cotton crops, and grapes and lots and lots of olives, but no livestock at all of any ...
... We went to the top and enjoyed spectacular views of
the city- a view that cannot be captured on a camera or put into words…
breathtaking. We got a free drink at the top and had a tapa snack before we
went back to our apartment. We had a 2 hour siesta- which was much needed. We
got ready for our night out and went to a restaurant along the way for dinner.
We had paella and sangria for cheap… I love paella. We walked to the park
infront of the Plaza ...
... that's going on at the moment. On the way back to the hostel we watched some of the parade that was starting but it was so boring! But there were so many people and heaps had brought their own deck chairs to watch the show. We stayed for a bit but it didn't get any more exciting so we left. From the hostel we could hear the drums starting up again so I think it will be a looooong night! Up at 6 tomorrow to catch our bus to Faro, ...
... the stark white paint on the outside of the arena. We wandered around the outside of the building and went inside to see if we could tour the building. Except, the only way to see the inside of the arena was to take an hour long guided tour. As Sweet Brown would say, "Ain't nobody got time for that!" But it was cool to see a huge part of Spanish tradition.
Heading back to the city center, we spent the majority of our time at the Cathedral. The Cathedral of ...