Travel Blogs from Sliema
... wrong bus and then we got off at the wrong stop... It was quite the disaster!). In Malleiha they have the red castle which we visited. Unfortunately Malta is still in siesta mode and the castle was closed so we killed an hour and a half walking up and down the road to the coast. It was the very pretty. The red castle was pretty cool too. It was a small fortress used during the war. The bottom level we as used to store water ...
... we waited I bought a Lonely Planet magazine and day dreamed about where my travels would take me.
Andrew drove back to Sliema like he was on a racetrack, stopping once because the car was making a funny noise, but it was just Mieke’s jacket stuck outside and flapping in the wind! Phew.
At home once again, I ate, watched Being Human and Skyped mum. And of course, even though I woke up exhausted, I managed to stay up super late…again! ...
... removing them it gives a sense of timelessness: London has been, is and will always be a bleak, disgusting smog filled city. We also did some creative writing, describing scenes. So rather than teaching her English I'm basically doing an impromptu literature course. Pheebs and I went out for our favourite Indian and discussed a possible trip to ...
... were cooking pasta and singing caraoke. Some love songs and we also made a very funny video with a uSpanish song. Than I slept an hour before we go out. So around 11 we left and it was a long and interesting night. Pacaville was crowded and we went almost every place. Me and Lucia we were dieing because we ate too much pasta, so until 1 we couldn't enjoy the party that much, but ...
... from the rest.
That is what makes Maltese filigree so unique. Traditional, handmade and still retaining unique aspects that make it stridently different from all other types of filigree around the Mediterranean, Maltese filigree is highly appreciated by jewellery connoisseurs.
Filigree as we know it today on Malta probably comes from an evolved Spanish/Italian tradition that local filigree workers manipulated over time to become ...
Other places to stay in Sliema
124, Tower Road, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Wonderful Holiday
- Nice for the price
- Well Recomended
Tigne Seafront, Sliema | 5 star hotelfrom $159
- No no no
- Simply the best
Sir Adrian Dingli Street, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $66
- Nice island, shame about the hotel
- Very disappointing
- Run on a shoestring and needs a total refurbishing
High Street, Sliema | 5 star hotelfrom $169
Graham Street, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $66
- OK, you get what you pay for.
- Not a 4 star hotel at all!
- A mixed bag
Gorg Borg Olivier St, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $129
- Excellent Hotel
- Not as good as expected
- An excellent 4 star hotel
173, Tower Road, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $79
Hughes Hallet Street, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $65
- Building Work
- You get what you pay for
- Hated the Plevna
Windsor Terrance, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $53
- Kein 4 Sterne Hotel
- Not 4 Star
- If your out all day, and night then its perfect!!
Rudolph St, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $47
- Small but pleasant hotel
- Better than the review led me to believe!
- Pictures not worth a 1,000 words
138 Tower Road, Sliema | 2 star hotelfrom $43
Tigne Sea Front, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $66
117 Tower Rd, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $56
Tower Road, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $48
Matthew Pulis St, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $118
76 Cathedral Street, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $90
Ghar il-Lenbi Street, Sliema | 2 star hotelfrom $48
248 Tower Rd, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $55
- Not so good....
- A friendly hotel.
Triq Gorg Borg Olivier, Sliema | Hotelfrom $123
127 Tower Road, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $53
59, The Strand Sliema, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $55