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TravelPod Member ReviewsAstra Hotel Sliema
Big rooms, ensuite, old but clean and serviceable. Fan in room. Basic but on the beach.
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We r enjoying malta very much. It is a harsh country. Most buildings r made of sandstone there is little greenery. In the country area a lot of the soil is that white/grey **** earth-how u would grow anything is a mystery. There are a few trees n shrubs with the occasional eucalypt. Much of the lanscape is rough baron n full of large rocks.
Yesterday we visited Hager qim, which is ...
... That will be for the next visit.We got back into Valletta about 3:20 and so had a walk through the old town which was abuzz with tourists. There are oh and ah moments continuously as you spot one beautiful building or alley way after another.We went in to Caffe Cordina a popular and very stylish cafe in the building which was once the treasury for the Knights of St John. (www.caffecordina.com/info@caffecordina .com - because I have to ...
Long time coming.
The storm seems to have cleared, so what better way to spend a clear sunny day than a 12 kilometre hike along the east coast. This makes up for a about a quarter of the length of the whole island.
I'm starting at the flat and finishing in st Julian's , just in time to meet Pheebs from work. I anticipate, due to the rocky path, ...
... the island on sledges, or they were an irrigation system.
I did an assignment on the Phoenicians in high school, so it was cool to learn more about them, and see some of their stunning glass works. The Phoenician period seems like a really prosperous and colourful time.
I took Val and Manica to Café Jubilee for lunch, and we rested our feet for a while. Then we were off again, walking through Hastings Garden and climbing on the ...
... though we usually go 3 years without seeing each other, we always pick up where we left off. We all headed to Valletta for some sightseeing, and ate at an awesome café called Jubilee. I had an assortment of dips and a strawberry milkshake. We walked around the shops and peeked into the Church of St Paul's Shipwreck. It’s really ornate and dark in there, and houses the relic (wrist bone) of St. Paul. Did you know Malta has 365 churches? One for ...