Cavalieri Art Hotel
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1. Język: maltański to zlepek włoskiego i arabskiego, podobnie jak i rodowici mieszkańcy wyspy. Spodziewaliśmy sie o wiele bardziej dominacji angielskiego a jednak tak nie jest. 2. Historia: na razie na podstawie przewodnika - bardzo ciekawa; właściwie ten maleńki skrawek ladu wystający z Morza Srodziemnego doświadczył wszystkich najważniejszych zdarzeń historii Europy - ...
... shopping spree, or mine. Then got a taxi to take us out to Mdina, the old original capital of the island, and home to the original gates used as the gate to King’s Landing in Game of Thrones.
We had a little time around Mdina, then headed all the way across town to Fort Ricasloi, the gates of which are used as the Red Keep. Unfortunately Fort Ricasoli was closed for filming today, so we couldn’t go in to poke around.
On the ...
... cat lived here.
-----This great camping spot of mine was proof that, although big money allowed you to buy better things than little money, no money got you the best things of all!
-----I wasn't sure if Gandhi or J.F.K. would've supported this philosophy of mine. But, I was pretty sure Dima the Russian would.
peace and humanism,
"If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there'd be peace." - John Lennon
We arrived to Malta and headed straight to Saint Julians to meet up with the gang. Stace, Ev and Suzie were all already there. It was so great seeing everyone again. We had been looking forward to this part of the trip for so long, and it didn't disappoint.
We started our time here with a great night out, dinner over looking the bay followed by a couple ...
... of the Mediterranean, on the smaller of the two populated Maltese islands, temples with sophisticated architectual expertise, multi-story, truly monumental stones in Neolithic days, are still standing with paint on the walls...after 5000 years of earthquakes, brutal weather, and human occupation???!!! This is an ancient structure to be sure!
Properly pronounced gee-gan-TEE-ah in ...