Day 313 – Malaga, Spain

We enjoyed the most beautiful day in Malaga, Spain (the weather was absolutely perfect). Malaga, a wonderful city, is the birthplace of Picasso. Ryan and I got off the ship at 11:00am this morning and did not return until 6:00pm, that is how much we loved Malaga. We visited many interesting sites including the magnificent Cathedral of Malaga and Alcazaba, a Muslim palace-fortress dating back to 1057 AD. Since we did a lot of walking today, we’re completely exhausted this evening.

(Malaga from a distance)

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(Cathedral of Malaga)

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(Teatro Romano)

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(Alcazaba)

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(Plaza de Toros)

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(Castillo de Gibralfaro)

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(Ayuntamiento)

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(Various scenes from Malaga)

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(Miscellaneous)

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4 Responses to “Day 313 – Malaga, Spain”

  1. You have wonderful pix of your visit to Malaga!

    If Ryan wants to join the circus and be shot out of a canon, I believe that he will need a larger unit! LOL

  2. vernon &evelyn jack Says:

    What do they use Cast[llo de gibralfaro faro ?

    • Hi grandpa… currently it is primarily used as a tourist attraction. It contains a museum and a café. Also it offers some GREAT views of the city🙂

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