San Antonio Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Gozo, and made our away to the exit. We quickly made our way off of the ferry and out of the ferry port where our tour guide was waiting and told us to find the bus with registration number 007. David thought this was a bit of a come down from the Aston Martin, and along came the predictable James Bond jokes. Leaving the ferry port we headed for Dwejra bay the location of the Azure window. The azure window is a massive limestone arch which has been made by the erosion of ...
... of the tour groups had disappeared. We knew Malta had a great local bus network and we met a South African man at the stop. The taxi touts soon appeared. The first driver informed us that it would cost €10 to go to the major bus interchange. The second taxi driver arrived offering to take us for €15 to the bus interchange. He added, you've just missed the bus, they only come every hour! The deals and information were getting better and better. We ...
... resort. It is part of the Radisson right on the Mediterranean. We were disappointed that our apartment doesnt have a water view, but is great. Very modern with light switches that our pretty confusing.touch buttons in green, blue, yellow, and red that seem to turn on lights with different dimmer settings. The black means off and 7 means all on. By next Friday I'll have it figured out. The kitchen is beautifully equipped. It has a built in espresso machine that should ...
... which door is the most expansive for you & embrace this with joy. As I sat there in ceremony I saw you all one by one walking down the stairs & entering through this Diamond Doorway & into the ocean. After a little while a beautiful couple came exploring in this sacred place & shared with me that this was the place that the nuns use to come swim as they had privacy there. Was once again for me that sharing of information which is so special. Of ...
... Village with beautiful blue boats. It was here that we purchased a lovely tablecloth detailed with the Maltese cross and laced hearts. The Maltese cross's eight points denote the eight obligations of the knights, namely "to live in truth, have faith, repent one's sins, give proof of humility, love justice, be merciful, be sincere and whole-hearted, and to endure persecution". ...