Morning in Malaga - Pan con tomate
Early afternoon in Malaga - Cathedral, Alcazaba & Castillo de Gibralfaro
Looking at the cathedral from outside, you will notice that one of the towers (the south tower) is unfinished and doesn't match its counterpart. This is because during construction, the funds were reallocated to the war to help the (now) US gain its independence from British rule, and the tower was never completed. So locals now refer to the uneven cathedral as "La Manquita" or the one-armed woman!
Late afternoon in Malaga - Picasso Museum & tapas for lunch
TIP: take a look at the ancient ruins in the basement level of the museum!
Note: El Pimpi is a very popular/famous restaurant so swing by for a drink or bite, or just to take a look.
For my lunch, I enjoyed a tapas-sized paella and patatas bravas, along with a sparkling water for about 5 Euros.
Early evening in Malaga - Shopping on Calle Lario & beach time
Nighttime in Malaga - Tapas & Drinks
The bartender holds the glass by his leg in one hand, and without looking pours the cider into the glass from above his head with the other hand!