As persons who don’t eat everything on the menu (mainly pork and its derivates), we are a tad sceptical when it comes to preordering a buffet. We did it already as part of our holiday package, as I thought it would be slightly cheaper at that time. Everybody knows how the hotel prices are, expensive.
Category: Restaurant Reviews
We are positively surprised that Tallinn seems to be the odd bird out when it comes to hitching up the prices in the areas where the tourists go. Or it might also be misleading as nowadays we just hang out in the areas where the tourists go when we come to Tallinn.
The III Draakon, a small mediaeval tavern located at the Old Town Square is a gem in itself, and our favourite haunt whenever we are in Tallinn. Apparently, according to the staff, there has been a tavern there ever since the town hall was built, so it would be hundreds of years. And maybe it […]
When one conjures up images of a touristy hotspot at the Costa del Sol, maybe posh dining isn’t something that springs to mind first and foremost. Enter La Galería, a food and drinks court in Fuengirola that is fresh and fairly decently priced.
One of the reasons we decided to pay a visit to areas surrounding Fuengirola was to try and find a British bar that we saw on a TV program. Have to say that luckily we didn’t find it. Instead we found this quaint churreria which is located just next to the Los Boliches train station!
We had planned to arrive back to Málaga earlier (remember, we had a bus tickets booked at 18:00), but as our visit to the Alhambra’s famous Nasrid Palaces made us change plans, we arrived instead quite late (21:45) feeling hungry. After a brisk 30 minutes walk home from the bus station, we quickly freshened up […]
When we started to plan our trip to Málaga we, of course, went online to check out what kind of sights there would be to see. We saw a YouTube video about this place and simply had to pay the Antigua Casa de Guardia a visit.
After walking with our bags from the train station to our accommodation at Calle Dos Aceras, we do a bit of unpacking and decide to head out to find something to eat, and also to get the first glimpse of Málaga, the City of Picasso and Antonio Banderas.