We checked into our Airbnb around 4:30 PM. Hanna had visited here a few weeks ago so she knew she wanted to be down by the Mediterranean Sea around sunset. We figured we had time to hit the Alcazaba first, so we headed out:
We pretty much ordered what the guy next to us had...a plate of lightly fried sweet peppers, a whole octopus, and a couple of shrimp skewers for Tim and Hanna. As usual, they gave us a bonus dish of olives and bread to ago along with it. Overall, it was a great meal and fantastic experience.
Picasso was born in Málaga, so of course they have a museum. This place didn't have any of him famous works since it is mostly works given to and donated by family members. Plus, the exhibit was undergoing renovations so they only had 33 works on display, but they discounted the entry fee making it worth the time and money to see Picasso where Picasso lived.