Villa Frigiliana Hotel
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... Muslim rulers of the city.
Elsewhere there is everything from Roman ruins to Picasso's birthplace to visit plus many beaches and a vibrant marina and port area to enjoy.
FYI - The Muslims invaded Andalusia, including Malaga, in 711AD and ruled the area for the next 700 years with Castilians reclaiming their land in ...
... awesome playground discovery was found! Málaga has this stone tile contraption that produces chime music when you step on each stone. Even the adults found it playful. By sunset, it was the trek back to
Alcazaba to view the sunset over Málaga. It was a beautiful, glowing sky as
expected. Well worth the climb. It was getting late and there was somehow no
time for a 'proper dinner' apparently.
Churros and coffee would have to be substituted; ...
... I usually get potatoes! A man set up a stall pf two baskets of garlic. I asked for four and he simply laughed and emptied at least 14 bulbs into a bag, weighed it and asked for a humble euro. Its so cheap that small amounts just don't register. 14th March - work progressing well. All walls jet washed, chipped out, remortered and we had a good day painting today. Rowan helped us with the big one near the ...
... Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Crispiniano de la Santisima Trinidad and if that wasn't enough, Spanish law then makes you add your parents' names which were Ruiz and Picasso". "Heavens above" I responded, to which he replied "Just wished they had dropped the Paula and Maria bits....too wrapped up in pleasing the saints, they were!"
All along the rear of the square were Tapas bars, not surprising ...
... a squirrel hop along and scale the walls! Pretty awesome squirrel.
Andrew's Notes: The bus ride to Malaga wasn't the most comfortable but we passed through some awesome scenery and I saw the Rock of Gibraltar! Heather wasn't sitting with me and I don't think she noticed it....
It's true that Malaga doesn't have the charm of some other towns but it is still a very nice city, with lots of parks, huge beaches, a lot of shopping streets and a great bus system. ...
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