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Beach Dayz

Hello everybody! For our last three day excursion we will be in Madrid! So I will not be posting anything for a short time. Until then I have decided to put up some pictures we took of the beach that we have been visiting, called La Malagueta, and there's a big sign on the beach and a picture...

permalink written by  andres3009 on July 17, 2012 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Spain Trip 2012



At the Gibralfaro

Today we went to the Gibralfaro a moorish fort for protecting the town and the Alcazaba in the 9th and 10th centuries, when a huge wall surronded the whole city. The wall is no longer present. From the top of the Gibralfaro we saw amazing views of the city shown in the pictures below. In the...

permalink written by  andres3009 on July 7, 2012 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Spain Trip 2012



Inside The Alcazaba

The Alcazaba is the remains of an ancient moorish palace erected in the 9th or 10th century when the Arabs began to lose their grip on Andalusia. Because it was constructed with softer sandstone it has been recronstructed. Ferdinand and Isabella stayed in this palace when they reconquered...

permalink written by  andres3009 on July 4, 2012 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Spain Trip 2012



Around Malaga

\As we walk to the Alcazaba we saw this interesting Fountain and multiple horse drawn carriages passed us by. Then we arrived at the Alcazaba, an ancient moorish palace from the 9th century. In front of the palace was a Roman theater shown in the picture. Here is a picture of my sister and I...

permalink written by  andres3009 on June 29, 2012 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Spain Trip 2012



Malaga

Sun.May 29. Docked in Malaga.This is a large port with 2 warships in.This is Armed Forces Day and there will be a parade and crowds of people visiting the port to tour the warships and tanks etc.The King,Juan Carlos will come.Many of us took the tour "Marbella and Puerto Banus" Marbella is an...

permalink written by  edoyle on May 30, 2011 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: World Cruise



Malaga

We went to the beautiful, ritzy, international resort of Marbella, which is on the way to Gibraltar. It is truly a beautiful town. Of course the high-light is the marina which is filled with yachts ranging from 200 feet down to our size.

permalink written by  rcodel on May 29, 2011 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: World Cruise - 2011



Siesta Time is the Perfect Time..

The perfect time for blogging. Woke up from the post-travel coma this morning ready to go. I was up and ready so early that the guy downstairs at reception was just finishing his nightshift. I sat and had a very confusing breakfast with him. I say confusing because I'm still unsure of where...

permalink written by  Sarah Andrea on April 22, 2010 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Europe 2010



Tango el gatto los pantalones..

You know I don't speak Spanish! The flight was... interesting. The character beside entertained my with his own spiritual philosophies. Harmless, really. He had a funny sense of humor and made the time pass quicker until the crew turned the lights off so everyone would sleep. It took AGES...

permalink written by  Sarah Andrea on April 21, 2010 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Europe 2010



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permalink written by  televiajes on August 11, 2009 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Televiajes.Tv



Malaga, pennies and shooters!

We arrived in Malaga on the high speed train from Madrid. Booking right on line with renfe.es is the way to go. We followed instructions from the website www.seat61.com and they have awesome tips. Go through the reservation process in spanish, and then only at the end switch to english,...

permalink written by  ECRadventure on May 24, 2009 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: ECRadventure's Travel Blog



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