Maria Giovanna Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Maria Giovanna Guest House
TripAdvisor Reviews Maria Giovanna Guest House Marsalforn
Travel Blogs from Marsalforn
--------------------------------------- --------------------------------------< br>
Nooooo…it’s the morning already?!…Oh my gosh, can I get out of bed? Can I do it? Yes! I have a great day of adventure to look forward to!
I walked to the Nyx and tapped on the door to wake Gabriel. He was already stressed and awake, despite the early hour. The men that had been hired to tow the Charlotte Louise today had forgotten about their ...
This day blended into the one before. I got to sleep at 7.30am after an epic Australia Day party and woke up again at 10.30am.
I Skyped Mum and Dad and told them about the party, and then made myself a good old Aussie breakfast of bacon and eggs (adding haloumi cos it's awesome!).
I joined Ippy, Ramy and Jennie on the roof (I don’t ...
... I found it on Airbnb, and was very excited because all the photos and reviews were really good. My host, the energetic and happy Ippy answered the door, and welcomed Lars, Nicole and I inside. I’d been dying to see this place for months, and when I arrived, it wasn’t like I’d imagined…it was better! In every direction you look there is something creative, cool, useful or recycled. Even after a week of living here, I am still seeing ...
... I ate aubergines (eggplant!) with tomato and Gozitan cheese on Maltese bread and drank freshly squeezed orange juice. For ‘brunch dessert’ we all tried the Nutella ravioli (weird but tasty) and I enjoyed strawberry/kiwi tea. We continued to laugh about ‘strong men’ and couldn’t get the duck song out of our heads (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmH2J9- 50Gc). That song doesn’t leave my head…it just ...
... was able to Skype my parents as it turned from 2013 to 2014 for them, and it was so much fun. They sung Auld Lang Syne while I danced. I love them so much!
We’re going to Gozo (a Maltese island where Nicole grew up) for New Year’s. Nicole and I packed, picked Lars up from work and then drove half an hour to the ferry. The weather started to turn bad, but I didn’t care, I was so thrilled to drive the car onto the ferry – just like in ...