Having a cold Vitoria in Malaga

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A Victoria in Malaga

This picture was taken after we came back from golf quite late. We all agreed that it had been a great day again and the course had been one of the best we ever had played.

We decided to meet again in the lobby one hour later; it was getting quite late so we decided to find a fish restaurant in the neighbourhood of our hotel. One of the taxi drivers that Marc and Manu had used talked about a fish restaurant near the water that should be good so we decided to head that way, but before we came to the water we found one very close to the hotel that we went for.

We therefore ended up in a fish restaurant named Sal Gorda. From outside the place looked like an old fashion tavern, but it turned out that the ground floor primarily was a bar and we were therefore shown upstairs to the first floor.

On first floor we were suddenly back in a restaurant environment. We found a corner table which was easy as there were only two other groups there. We looked at the menu and quite fast decided on the Mariscada Degustacio that turned out to be a fabulous seafood mix of grabs, lobsters, shrimps, mussels, sea snails and so on. We had decided to join the dinner with some white wine; the Botella Albarino; but before that I wanted a cold beer because I really longed for it.

It was a great evening and the seafood was great and we had work for almost a couple of hours of eating, and it was a pure joy to share such a meal amongst friends on the last evening.

After our great meal at Sal Gorda we wanted to end the day with a cold final beer at the MS-Maestranza’s hotel bar, but were disappointed when we found it closed upon our arrival. My friend Manu decided to go to bed while the rest of us decided to find an open bar this Sunday evening in early March.

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A Victoria in Malaga
A Victoria in Malaga
photo by: missmzungu