Malaga, Spain

Our next stop was Malaga, Spain.  Malaga literally translates as ‘salted fish’ which comes from the city’s connection to the sea.  It is the birth place of Pablo Picasso and where Spanish bull fighting originated.  Settled thousands of years ago, Malaga is the home of Moorish castles and Roman ruins.  Part of our tour included stopping at three different restaurants to sample their Tapas (small dishes) and wines.  Both were great at each stop.  If you want to see all of our Malaga pictures go to:  https://dancooksey.smugmug.com/Mediterranean-Cruise-2018/Malaga-Spain/

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5 Comments on “Malaga, Spain

  1. How beautiful! Dan and Betty wishing you a wonderful, relaxing, interesting and safe travels.

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  2. Fabolous! What is the colorful structure in the first photo? Looks like Paul Bunyons Rubik cube.

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