Sliema Chalet Hotel
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... on the bus. Hopped off in Mosta at the town centre at the Mosta Church. Round, magnificently carved exterior and when we finally got inside we saw the 3rd largest single span dome in the world! Saw a replica of the bomb that fell through the roof onto 300+ worshippers causing minimal damage to the roof and no casualties. Did not explode!! Home for G&T and relax before dinner at 'il ferrill' family run restaurant. Pasta and rabbit superb. Struggling to keep the eyes ...
... at the seems all fitted out and adorned in red, all their best silverware and behind locked key trinkets front and centre, the place smells of money. All the different community clubs and business organisations send flower centre pieces that are placed throughout and St. Philip in silver looming over everyone. St.Phil even gets to go for a run through the streets tomorrow afternoon, he is carried by the strongest of men. Bloody good show I say. We have some grub in ...
... tea and reading through my lesson.
Needless to say the students were in a good mood, and the balcony doors were open wide. It was class of 10 elementary students, so the conversation wasn't exactly flowing but we eventually got things ...
... Romana is that the site was used as a burial ground during the Muslim period. The majority of the graves were oriented from East to West and the body was placed lying on their right side with the head turned South facing Mecca. The Arabs conquered Malta around 869-871 AD during the expansion of Islam across the Western Mediterranean. One of my favourite artefacts was a silver ring from the 11th century which looks like it could have been made yesterday!
... and flattened by a rolling mill. The process of this twisting is done either by a hand drill or an electric motor.
The border wire vultar is then hand-formed, using tweezers, into the required shape, and the ends are soldered at the joint to form the overall shape of the required object. The soldering is carried out by an open-flamed burner. Flux is mixed with the solder to help it melt easily.
The filling wire rizzol is then curled by using ...