Hotel Villa Guadalupe
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- Swimming pool
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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
We arrived at our apartment for the next four days. A beautiful 3rd floor one-bedroom apartment with its own private rooftop patio. The place is fantastic, we found it on AirBnb. It is right in the middle of the old medieval part of town, where all the shops are. Literally next door to the Picasso museum and with a wonderful view of the local Moorish castle. First order is to take ...
... some contact via text message and as he was right in the middle of exams he apologised that he couldn't come out on the weekend as he had study to do. But he did contact me one morning and ask me if i wanted to come for Lunch. So he met me in the Plaza de la Merced and we started to talk (mostly in English). He wanted to show me a cool tapas place that you just but a beer and get free tapas with every beverage. When we arrived out of complete coincidence his ...
... was also very clean. The city's paving is smooth like we would use inside. The Spanish character was clearly evident in the buildings and there was a lot of music around including guitar players and a mariachi band who were most entertaining. We did a city tour on a horse and cart for 40 minutes passing the city's bull ring, beaches and botanical gardens. We were loving our time in Malaga. Di and I went to one ...
... about the history of Malaga. Back to the ship, past the feral cat colony and topless sunbathers on the beach..... Ship left port at 5.30pm. After dinner, which was very nice but kids obviously tired because not pleasant at the table, we went for a walk outside to find we were just passing the rock of Gibraltar. Very lucky we went out as we don't normally and we thought we would not be passing that until the middle of the night. Not that it ...