Bella Vista Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... is a world heritage site, its lovely and we’d have like to have had more time. It’s right beside a ‘real’ town, is completely walled with two gates, the stone is golden and (apart from tourists) its very quiet and peaceful. There are little lanes with old doors, churches, tiny cafes, so narrow that you can’t take a photo of the front of a building very well. And Pete was happy; St Peter was flavour of the ...
Today went for a harbour cruise in the grand harbour of Malta.. Spent some time in sliema and then cut away a tour of the archeological museum. Went for a swim at the beach Had a very nice dinner at Guze Bistro. Spaghetti and muscles/prawns then a ...
... no poverty, everyone has someplace to live, unemployment is 6%, there are no very wealthy people..just comfortable middle class so the extremes on both end are not present. The lowest most people make is about 800 euros a month but average is closer to 1300. Tourism makes up for 25% of the economy. The language is a mixture of Arabic,French, Italian, Sicilian, English. Growing up around a grandmother who came over from Beirut, I can hear the Arabic parts and eve some of the words ...
... getting this map thing together.
Gosh what a party! All the island sights and sounds of Christmas without snow and cold. Kids were having a wondrous time, as well as all the adults. There was a bouncy house, a goat, lots of vendors, and plenty of sweets and chocolate. Kathy believes the chocolate makes up for the earlier challenges.
We stopped at Fat Harry’s for some beer “Cisk” and some French fries, nice and hot, ...
... When we said that we come from near Christchurch one said "that's where the cold is." It seems Chch comes up on their world temperature map. Everybody in Malta speaks English. It was a British colony for along time and the British influence is obvious in the shop names, like Marks & Spencer, and we even saw a functioning red British telephone booth. An English couple told us that Malta is a prosperous tax haven, with income tax rates of about 5-10% and is ...