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Travel Blogs from Benalmadena
... also suffocating on everyone else's smoke. Yuck! Manchester lost so we finally left and went to an amazing cocktail bar on the port. Best cocktails ever! Made with fresh fruit and all the works. Loved it!
Today it was mainly packing and all the rest of it but later in the afternoon we made our way to Marbella. I had been saying for days that I wanted to try traditional Spanish churros because they originated ...
... and benches were made by the marble cutter, Galiano. The marble had been left over from the land slide, which was brought on by the flood of November 1884. I guess we've been right when we see all kinds of channels and flood ways cut and built into the mountains and surrounding towns. There must be some really big rains and floods later on in the year.
We have no desire to go into the Bullring #8, built in 1900 ...
... that. It took that long beacause a lot of the downloads took a long time.After I got everything set up on my computer and charged I went down to the beach. I wanted to at least go to the beach and touch the water while in Malaga, since that's one of its main attractions. On the way I was looking for a paneria (bread store) to buy a loaf of bread to have with the Emmentaler cheese I had left over from the day before. It actually took a while but I ...
... returned after that but that museum is one of three Picasso museums in the world. He saw the world so differently to many other artists in his time. His works were so abstract and unique. He was after all one of the artists that defined cubism. One thing that I took away from seeing his works today is that art doesn't have to be perfect. So many of his works had visible lines from where he changed his mind or seen something else he wanted to show. Those lines ...
... black Peugeot in the hands of a toothless, orange haired attendant. We thought she said we paid when we came back, which made sense to us, but were given no ticket to say when we arrived. We noted the time and set off. While driving into Malaga it appeared to be just another big city with apartments aplenty and some fairly seedy looking areas but the Port and Centro districts were buzzing with Sunday strollers enjoying the beautiful afternoon. The streets are smooth marble ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking