Las Americas

Cuarteles, 66 Edificio Cantabria, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

Adios Amigo!

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin

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... and should be the best of the best! Unfortunately the one place we saw out of the whole of Marbella didn't serve their churros until 5pm. So we went and had lunch next door to that place and had a beautiful tapas lunch made with fresh seafood.
When 5pm finally came I could hardly wait. We ordered churros and they came out not looking anything like I thought. They weren't covered in delicious cinnamon and they ...

Playing Tourist in Mijas Pueblo

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp

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... panoramic view of the sea, and cities dotting the coastline.
The caves #11 were fascinating. They were discovered when an old forge was dismantled. These types of caves were commonly used as stables and store rooms as the temperature remains the same inside the cave all year 'round.
Mijas is a very Catholic town, and we visited two more chapels (#12 and #13), both built in the late 17th ...

Malaga and Traveling

A travel blog entry by kvstark

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... train is pretty convenient - it's 1.80 euro from Malaga downtown to the airport and takes about 15 minutes. Very convenient. It's actually a Renfe train, not a local metro too.

The Malaga airport is VERY nice. It's weird though because they have all the signs in Spanish and English and German of all things. Most places in Spain have signs in English/Spanish/French. Not sure if Malaga has some kind of German background or something. I checked ...

From Malaga to Mijas

A travel blog entry by dixiej

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... the old and new in this city was amazing. This is the birthplace of Picasso.

The port and dock area is unbelievable vast. Very modern dockage with a lighthouse in the middle. The walkway to the city is lined with shopping, coffee shops, and restaurants. We walked to the lighthouse and found a "Hop on Hop off" bus. Perfect. We only had the morning before we needed to be back to the ship to board our tour bus for our afternoon ...

Feria de Malaga

A travel blog entry by mikeraph

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... it is just the same. The streets are packed with people drinking and chatting. A large portion of these people are under 18; it's easy to get away with underage drinking at feria. You turn down an alleyway to find a young couple making out. 5 metres away, there is a drunk guy ******* against the wall. By the early afternoon, the streets are lined with filth, **** and rubbish. ...

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