THE CITY OF Málaga beamed with joy because our nephew and niece-in-law, Matt and Lindy, were here. The lights speak for themselves, so I’ll shut up. (But, be sure to catch me with my mouth wide open at the end.)
(Click the images; if you don’t know why, you will.)
LA CIUDAD DE Málaga brilló con alegría porque nuestro sobrino y sobrina, Matt y Lindy, estaban aquí. Las luces hablan por sí solas, así que me callo. (Pero, asegúrate de cogerme con la boca bien abierta al final.)
(Haz clic en las imágenes, si no sabe por qué, lo hará.)
CALLE MARQUES DE LARIOS, MÁLAGA.
THE MAIN PEDESTRIAN SHOPPING STREET IN THE OLD CITY.
PLAZA DE LA CONSTITUCIÓN.
ANOTHER TREE; BESIDE THE CATHEDRAL. OTRO ÁRBOL; AL LADO DEL CATEDRAL.
THE BISHOP’S PALACE. EL PALACIO DEL OBISPO
DRIVING THROUGH THE CITY AS WE HEAD HOME. CONDUCIENDO POR LA CIUDAD CUANDO FUIMOS A CASA.
LINDY TOOK AN “USSIE.” NO ES UN “SELFIE”; ES UN “USSIE”.
Tuesday night, San Geraldo and I were in Málaga for a farewell dinner (until next time) with our nephew Matt and his wife Lindy. They fell in love with Málaga several years ago and we’ve been the lucky recipients of nearly annual visits.
To say that I adore, admire, love, and respect Matt and Lindy would be understating my feelings for them.
We took in Málaga’s Christmas lights before enjoying another amazing dinner. While I sort through my 145 photos (whittled down from the original 221), I thought I’d share this shot of a club we passed. It really has nothing to do with anything except it had us all laughing.
AFTER READING THE SIGN BY THE DOOR, MATT THOUGHT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER
HAD THE MARQUIS READ: TODAY ON SHOW, THE PACK RAT
San Geraldo and I went to see the lights of Málaga Monday evening. Every year it’s something different and every year it’s, as the saying goes, “something else.” This year, it’s a star- (and moon-) filled sky.
After strolling the streets, we had dinner at our favourite place in Málaga (El Meson de Cervantes). You’ll hear and see all about that probably tomorrow.