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2 week itinerary: Seville, Granada and Malaga with an 18 month old

2 week itinerary: Seville, Granada and Malaga with an 18 month old

Mar 2nd, 2010, 11:27 AM
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We'll be in Seville end of this week to Tues, then Granada for 4 more days, before heading over to Nerja. From kimhe's link it looks like rain every day, hopefully plenty of sun in between though. Does it st least feel warm?
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Mar 3rd, 2010, 02:39 AM
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to be honest, not very at the moment, though monday was v pleasant - really warm and sunny. back to heavy rain yesterday and showers today and i think that's the pattern for the week. having said that, this looks b etter for the w/end
http://www.aemet.es/es/eltiempo/pred.../sevilla-41001

and this suggests you might get some snow in granada! (see the min temp)

http://www.aemet.es/es/eltiempo/pred.../granada-18001

basically, bring everything
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Mar 3rd, 2010, 06:18 AM
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Excellent places to eat in Nerja with a stroller (usually no problem to bring the stroller inside, but these places serve the best food and will be more spaceous):

The typical Marisquería La Marina for the freshest fish and
seafood; my favourite in Nerja and very popular with locals. They also do grilled vegetables, salads and a couple of meat dishes. Spaceous terrace. A three course lunch (menu del día) with drinks incl. for 8-9€.
http://www.guideofnerja.com/pages/gu.../marina_en.htm

Would also strongly recommend El Pulguilla, another favourite with locals. Nice terrace in the back (under roof if rain) and delicious food.
http://www.nerjatoday.com/nerjatapasguide/el-pulguilla/

If you are into Italian, I recommend the mostly open-air Vitaliano on Plaza de los Cangrejos at the end of Avda Castilla Perez, close to the sea. A modest and touristy looking place with genuine and top quality Italian fare (not to be confused with the ice cream/fast food branch behind the El Salvador church).

Delicious Thai and Lao cuisine in Lan Sang with outdoor seating:
http://www.lansang.com/

And on the top of my head; Cervecería Giralda and Las Teresas would be great options in Sevilla, both very close to the Murillo apartments:
http://azahar-sevilla.com/sevilletap...ceria-giralda/
http://azahar-sevilla.com/sevilletap...y/las-teresas/
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Mar 4th, 2010, 01:14 AM
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Kim - you make it possible to believe that a person can manage more than three hefty meals a day...
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Mar 4th, 2010, 02:15 AM
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He-he, well with a lot of training and dedication ...
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Mar 7th, 2010, 01:51 AM
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On the road from Granada to Malaga, if you take the A-92 motorway, I'd stop at Archidona, and look for the Plaza Ochavada, besides walking the town center, even going up to the Santuario, great views. Some may recommend Antequera, but it is too big for a stop IMO.
Another option I have used some times to skip the motorway is the detour to Alhama de Granada, a beautiful and off-the-path place with impressive monuments and crags. Then continue a picturesque and not much frequented road to Zafarraya, Viñuela and the coastal motorway, which I prefer to the other. Take a look at the map and if you opt for this, come back for more info.
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