Hotel Tarik

Address: Paseo Maritimo 49, Torremolinos, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29620, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo Maritimo 49, Torremolinos, is near Playa La Carihuela, Playa El Bajondillo, Lobo Park, and Plaza Costa del Sol.
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    Travel Blogs from Torremolinos

    Day 3: The Long Hike to Malaga

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 03, 2021

    35 photos

    ... where it is assumed that showing skin will immediately lead to uncontrollable lustful acts and depravity—yet here it’s clearly not about sex… and nobody disrespects anyone. It really makes you wonder what the obsession with covering the body is really all about. Strange… a young woman covered from neck to toe gets harassed more in Morocco than a butt naked woman here in the Costa del Sol… Finally I reach a sign that marks the end of the nudist ...

    The first of three

    A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Apr 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... of a hill away in the distance. After another herding cats speech and a bit of a break waiting on "The Navigator" to return we set off again looking for adventure.
    The next hill was left to us if we thought we could get up, obviously we all had a go, obviously the A-Team got up and we all crashed, except Chris would looked to be taking to be taking to trail riding like a duck to water. Must be due to his low center of gravity :)
    After a few ...

    Malaga por el Mediterraneo

    A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Mar 29, 2015

    42 photos

    ... the beginning of Semana Santa en Espana (holy week in Spain), which I was told is something not to be missed since it is such a big ordeal in this part of the country. Like many tourists, I was slightly taken aback by the colorful costumes worn by the hundreds of people, both young and old, that I was told by some locals in a coffee shop are supposed to represent Cyprus trees (not KKK), and that this ...

    The festival ends and so does our visit....

    A travel blog entry by bdvano on Sep 09, 2012

    8 photos

    ... is another large contingent of about 50 women following the altar. The procession ends with another marching band. I went into detail here because the parade virtually inched its way through the crowds, and continued through the town only to return past our hotel THREE hours later! Debbie remarked that she felt sorry for the women in the parade as they would have been walking in high heels on the cobble stone streets the entire time. The parade procession is ...

    Saved by the Bell...hop

    A travel blog entry by orianapacker on Aug 20, 2011

    1 comment

    ... I lay down on a bench in the bus station, determined to sleep there in order to catch the first bus out of this nightmare in the morning. Even that failed; twenty minutes later I was being shaken awake by a police station telling me to get a move on.

    Maria and I then went in search of a hostel around the bus station, only to find them all full or way too expensive for our recently ...