Las Acacias Hostal

Paseo de las Acacias, 5, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29017, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

A trip into the Andalusian countryside

A travel blog entry by alim58

... square. We popped into a drapery store, they had the most beautiful baby wear , shame my babies are getting bigger! Our last stop was at a citrus farm, we were meant to go there first but because there were 3 buses doing the same tour we did our tour in reverse. As there are only 6 of us speaking English ( only 36 English speaking in total on this half of the cruise!) we share the bus with Spaniards, they had thrown ...

Pena Negra

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952

10

... more than 3.5 hours will be needed. But eventually there's a fine spot to stop for an early lunch with extensive views back towards El Torcal to the west, and over the town of Casabermeja to the south. And in front of us, we can see the rest of the ridge and the summit of Pena Negra, the latter being about 200 metres above us now. There's a huge sheer drop on the left hand side of the ridge, and the right hand side is beginning to look a bit difficult too, but after ...

You Can't Take it With You..

A travel blog entry by dixiej

4

... br> I mentioned I packed quickly to get my luggage set out on purpose as an excuse for inadvertently leaving my iPad and Kindle on board! I left them sitting right next to the TV. Luckily, the cruise line has them in Lost and Found and once the ship is back in port in Barcelona, they'll be shipped to me. I guess I really am lucky! Who needs that extra $3K. You can't take it with you! ...

From Malaga to Mijas

A travel blog entry by dixiej

68

... This city is about 10,000 people in whitewashed buildings close to the narrow streets. The cabs in town is a fleet of donkeys with carriages for two or four people. We started our walking tour to a church cut right into the rock on top of the cliff. The most beautiful robes were displayed behind glass.

The narrow streets gave way to shops filled with leather goods, linens, and the ever present fashion accessory in Spain, ...

Malaga, Spain - Food coma

A travel blog entry by karen0206

10

... it did not become busy till about 2pm where the locals streamed in with their family and friends. Waiters walked around with a variety of seafood, calling out their name till a table grabbed the dish off their hands. Imagine a Spanish version of Yum Cha. This created a symphony of Spanish noises together with the loud chitter chatter of the locals, whilst you dined on extremely fresh seafood. Murphy rightly pointed out that the Spaniards often ...

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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent