Malaga: Art and Food, Part 2

Spain, Malaga Guide (B): Malaga: Art and Food, Part 2

It was the 2nd day of my 2-day tour of modern art in Malaga with Hotel Alphabet. We were meeting at Centro de Arte Contemporaneo at 10.30.

Sunrise isn’t until about 8.30am and I’ve found it strange to get up relatively late in the dark, so have been pleased I added breakfast to my hotel booking. I like to have just some cereal, fresh fruit, yoghurt and juice first thing and go in search of a good coffee and pastry a bit later – once it’s light! Even at 9-9.30 it’s very quiet everywhere. Life in Spain starts late and goes on late. It’s not unusual to see families with even very young children arrive at a restaurant at 10.30 at night for a meal and tapas are traditionally just a snack to have with an early evening drink.

I was planning to have coffee in a historic cafe in Plaza de la Constitucion, which, my guide book told me, opened at 8.00am. However, even after 9.00 there wasn’t much sign of life, just a couple of waiters slowly putting out tables. This is Spain: don’t try to be in a hurry. I went to another cafe almost next door where I had a good coffee and croissant overlooking the pretty square, still relatively deserted at this early hour. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Malaga: Art and Food, Part 2
Guide Location: Spain » Malaga
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Centro de Arte Contemporaneo   Plaza de la Constitucion   Casa Mira   Port   State Russian Museum   Vineria Cervantes  
Author: Kay Gale
Read it on author's website: https://travel-gourmet.com/2018/10/12/malaga-2018-art-food-2/

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