Hotel Villa Guadalupe
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Early start for the first day of riding, well early for me especially on holiday. Breakfast at 8:30, I know better this time and fill myself full of bacon and carbs, don't want to run out of energy when I'm riding. About 9:30 we go down to the garage and get kitted out, the weather looks a little gloomy so we opt for the extra waterproof jacket just in case. Three different forecast have been read online and all were different, do they just stick their ...
Well, Rasta and I were very excited to wake up to a bright, sunny morning in Malaga, and we couldn’t wait to explore! This incredibly old city was founded by the Phoenicians in 770BC as Malaka, and has been influenced greatly both archaeologically and architecturally by the Roman, Arabic and Christian eras spanning a history of almost 2,800 years. It is located on Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of ...
... Spanish, and knows a few English words. I think Amilia and I will be fluent in Spanish by Friday, Amilia disagrees. I'll let you know how this plays out. Diego took us to the grocery store. Definitely not a Walmart. We got a bunch of pasta and easy stuff to cook. So when we got to the check out the lady asked us how many bags we wanted for our stuff. Amilia and I looked at each other and said, "Umm enough to carry our stuff ...
... checked by bag before finally checking my backpack in at the Ryanair counter. Got my boarding pass stamped (they need to double check my passport) and got through security no problem. I even found a Correos box (post office drop box) to drop my last postcard in. I bought 10 stamps from Spain to the US and I used all of them.
The flight was pretty uneventful. I sat next to this guy and girl who had a long conversation in French the entire way. Of ...
We visited Malaga's greatest monument, the Alcazaba. The fortress was built in the 8th century when Malaga was the principle port of the Moorish kingdom. The ruins looked very similar to Granada's Alhambra but on a much smaller scale. We saw the garden courtyards and walked up and ...