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... for restaurants - even then, then town felt like it was still buzzing with people walking their dogs, eating etc...
We left Malaga for the airport early so that we were not rushing. What a lovely destination stop!!
I have taken over 2,500 photos and still going (but amoung us have taken over 6000 pictures), a great memory for the children for sure.
... beach area of Malaga, as most people keep talking about the seafood of Malaga. It was again raining and another trek to get to where we were supposed to go (I think!) as we weren't really sure where to go... Searching for the Port of Malaga brought us to an industrial-looking port... which makes sense but not really where we wanted to be. A bit of wandering around finally brought us to an area with shops and restaurants. Definitely more ...
... t as cool as I was hoping.)
Back at the festival we watched street performers, magicians, and artists entertain for coins. Passing by a packed Ice Cream shop we decide to stop realizing it must be packed for a reason. It was a good reason. I was about to order a scoop in a cone when a woman next to me is served some beautiful thing I had never sen before. So I got one. It blew my mind. They had frozen coffee to a slushy consistency, filled a cup ...
... seven year old boy) who were interested in a Segway tour, so I told them all about it. They were going to Cordoba tomorrow, but will be back tomorrow night so may be able to take a tour at some point.
After that it was back to the hotel. Tomorrow should be an interesting day.
2013 June 26 - Wednesday
I woke up early today and had breakfast fairly quickly, as I didn’t want to be late for my Segway tour. I walked to Plaza Nueva ...
... with all types of exhibits from model boats of all centuries, weaponry, uniforms, nautical instruments and ancient hand drawn maps. We bought a replica map of the oldest existing one showing America dating from c1500. R and J had been there for a couple of hours and had seen most of the exhibits but Sandy was enthralled with naval gazing, so we left S and S to it and we headed off for some lunch. We found a VIPS restaurant, a kind of fast food restaurant but well above ...
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