Cavalieri Art Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Roly were married. Had an ice cream on the way back - chocolate orange for me and mint choc chip for Anthony. Showered and dressed whilst Miriam and Roly were at church then out to Il-Fortissa for a evening meal. Anthony was happy to have bread to start (sign of a good restaurant) and then he followed up with ribs where I had a fantastic chicken dish that included cheese, Parma ham, spinach and mushrooms. Yum yum indeed. Claire & ...
When I woke up the sun was blaring through the gap in the curtains. After a big bowl of cereal and honey I took the bus to Mellieha, the starting point of my hike. The weather was the best it's been in a long time, no wind and scorching sunshine, and by midday it's 20 degrees.
When I arrived at the beach it was very tempting to drop my bag and sunbath on the white sands. I resisted and headed up the winding road that veers off into steep path up the ridge, full of lush ...
Today we went for a long walk round Qawra. We saw the Christmas village, which was hardly winter wonderland but the dancing children in the square didn't seem to care. Our landlady collected the rent and we spent the late afternoon planning our last week in Malta of 2013. Tomorrow we are going to Buskett Gardens and Dingli cliffs for a picnic. Later we looked at some things to do in Italy with tea and biscuits. ...
... s 21th Birthday! It was a black and white dress code, so we tried to find the best dresses:) The party was so nice! Friends, beautiful place, wine,finger-food, everybody in black and white and Kim was wearing a pretty red dress. I enjoyed it a lot.Lucia,Chris,Noddy,Becky, Claudia,Kim, Alessandro, all the people I like in here,they were there (just Alberta and Sharon wasn't). Anyway it was a lovely ...
... The water in the pool was crystal clear and we could resist rollicking around and jumping in from the edge, which was at least 15 feet above the water.
By the time we got back to Marsaxlokk it was bustling with tourists. For some reason we thought that made it a good place for lunch and had "fresh" fish, which wasn’t bad but we ...