The Old Dairy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... court was decorated as a cruise ship which was appropriate! Then to the runway park to see the planes jetting off....the power of Facebook let us see my friend Alyson's plane go off for her jolly holiday !! 2 hours till the alarm is going to kindly buzz at me so will attempt another ...
... so we had a nice view of the moors to the east; we touched down gently – a smooth landing in the sunshine in March was a miracle!
It had been a great holiday: our first taste of half-board has only whetted our appetites for more places full of interest, history and scenic views – which just about sums up Malta. More, ...
... unlimited soft drinks, 3 colours of wine or beer. Actually the wine was pretty dire, so after an exploratory glass, we stuck to beer for the rest of the week! The evening was accompanied by 2 older gentlemen on guitar and accordion, very accomplished musicians supposedly playing traditional Maltese music, but I wasn’t so sure when I recognised “My Way,” “Zorba’s Dance” and “Hava Nagila”!
... along very slowly; after all, she could have been back in Liverpool today, but they were giving the passengers and extra night on board. :-)
At 3.00pm we went along to see the “Boudicca Choir” in concert. This was a group of passengers who’d formed a choir, under the musical direction of the singer, Lynn Sweet, and who’d been practising each afternoon in the Lido Lounge. Today the rest of the ...
... because I must have woken her up when I went to bed. We then chatted about doctor who and then the other girls in the room joined in. Pretty much most people who were in the hostel were in Cardiff because of doctor who and everyone was jealous that I got to see the stars. I said goodbye to Evelyn and everyone I had talked with about doctor who and went to the train station. I found my train but my ticket didn't have a reserved seat so I could sit anywhere ...