Monday, April 18, 2016

A Streetwalker In Málaga

It's been busy here. I'm still talking about Wednesday in Málaga and haven't even gotten to tell you about a wonderful Thursday in Fuengirola with Natalie (of Knatolee's World, click here to fall in love) and her husband Gordon.

Tomorrow San Geraldo and I head to New York to visit My Mother The Dowager Duchess and, also, The Kid Brother. I'll try and get caught up while there.

Meanwhile, I walked the streets of Málaga for hours and I didn't make one single centimo.

(Click the pictures; they get really big.)

CERVANTES THEATRE.
17TH-CENTURY BASILICA OF SANTA MARIA DE LA VICTORIA...
... AND PLAZA ALFONSO XII IN FRONT.
WALKING ALONG CALLE VICTORIA...
... LOOK WHO WAS INSIDE!
ENTRANCE TO THE 11TH-CENTURY ALCAZABA,
(PALATIAL FORTRESS OF MÁLAGA).
MÁLAGA CATHEDRAL,
(BUILT BETWEEN 1528 AND 1782).

22 comments:

  1. that's an awfully big jeebus up there; scary! lovely city pix though!

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    1. anne marie:
      Hadn´t you heard? He was HUGE here.

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  2. A photographer's paradise!
    Have a great visit with family!!

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    1. Jim:
      So much more to photograph. Next time. And the time after. And the time after.

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  3. Darling, had I seen adventuring on the streets I would most certainly have sent you a few big bucks!

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    1. Cranky:
      I knew I could count on you. In some parts of Florida, I´d be considered ¨chicken.¨

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  4. Mitchel Malaga is a great place I have rewmbered it wjhen I was in 2013. The cathedral is fantastic.

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    1. Gosia:
      The cathedral is definitely beautiful. I love the city more each time I´m there. Lucky to live so close.

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  5. I liked the houses in Malaga yesterday (but never got around to telling you) and would like No. 1 because it looked all rough and ready like me. Have a great time at home in New York.

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    1. Rachel:
      I love fixer-uppers. My imagination runs wild.

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  6. Great photographs, and I love experiencing all this history with you.

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    1. Stephen:
      I hope to find some New York history to share in the coming days. Thanks!

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    1. Michael:
      We made it safe and sound and are doing well. Jet lag comes and goes and will be completely gone by next week when we have to fly home.

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  8. Him the only streetwalker in trelawnyd

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  9. "He works hard for the money ..."

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    1. Spo:
      I´m sure they´ll all covered somewhere (unless they skipped a number). Jerry is related to the earlier ones. In case you´re wondering, I am not (except obviously by marriage).

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  11. Bon voyage! I hope you find time to post Brooklyn photos.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      I´m hoping to hit some new places this time!

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