Travels with a Gourmet

a food lover's travels, memorable meals, culinary trials and gastronomic experiences

I almost forgot to post about the AVE and how it’s our favorite way to travel to Madrid.  Quick, easy and super comfortable, its’ a pleasure to travel by train especially in these times of airport stress and flight delays.  It takes a mere 2.5 hours by fast train from Malaga to Madrid and you …

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La Moraga is a tapas bar located in a small alley off Malaga’s main pedestrian street, Marques de Larios. It’s at the end of Calle Fresca and might be hard to find if you don’t know where to look. We had heard about this place from a few people and it was highly recommended by …

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Malaga, a port city in Andalusia, is often bypassed by tourists on their way to the beaches of the Costa del Sol. Although lacking the historical landmarks of nearby Granada and Seville, Malaga does have a few interesting sights that shouldn’t be missed. The oldest would be the Alcazaba (the Arabic word for fortress), which …

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Late Friday afternoon, we decided to drive to Malaga (7o kms. away) have dinner there and spend the night. Having lived in Marbella a year now, I’m ashamed to say that I’ve never actually explored the city except to go to the airport or see my doctor. The Spanish have dinner very late so we …

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