Village Ta' Sbejha
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and turns we ended up in the town of Santa Lucija, or the town of St. Lucy, the patron saint of those that are visually impaired. The main church was opened and we visited the interior of the church. Very attractive with lots of ornamentation. Not as much gold and silver as St. John’s in Valletta.
We saw a aqueduct and we driving toward that direction. A little about distances. This island is less than 12 kilometers at its widest and so from a high poin one can ...
... appreciate the early bird.
We ordered fried calamari as an appetizer. The calamari was amazing. Really tender, thick rings in a simple batter. It was presented with a light ranch type sauce and salad with tomato, etc. I ordered the rabbit stew that I had been waiting for. It came in a tomato flavored gravy with a few peas. The rabbit was like mini country style ribs. The texture was just like pork. And, yes, Rob and Staci, it tasted like chicken. The ...
... people in per hourly tour 7 times a day.
Then 2 fishing village of marsaxlokk.
Very nice fish lunch a local vino with a view of all the fishing boats.
Back to valletta.
Before bed walked to the gelati shop 4 our flower cone. They make yr gelato like a flower with petals around a central scoop. Will try to remember to take a photo if we have one again.
Love to all ...
... was beautiful – a converted old limestone farmhouse, exceptionally appointed with antiques and local art work.
We arrived and were seated in the small lounge area to view the menus and have an aperitif. After Mary & Keith had asked simply for water, knowing the expense that would follow a dinner in such a lavish place, the waiter explained that the pre-dinner drinks were compliments of Lino!
We perused the menu and ...
... we took a short jeep ride around the island. It was interesting to hear some of the history of the place. Lots of the buildings and houses are build underground to preserve the landscape. So you may see only a small looking house above ground but below ground there may be another two floors and indoor swimming pool! We had a lovely walk on the beach sampling the local icecream. The food here was ...