Sliema Chalet Hotel
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... caught the buses and ferry and first went to Qala to check out Jake's Nanna's home town. It was a bit of a ghost town during the day but we found the church where she was married, her street, the past Buttigieg president statue, and even a bus stop called 'Buttigieg'. We caught the bus from there to Rabat (Victoria) first for lunch. We went back to the pastizzeria and found some macaroni bake that we'd been looking out for. We both got meals and drinks for 4 euros all up! We ...
... at the Hertz counter at the ferry terminal ended up at the garage that was closed yesterday tomget a top up of air. Off to The azuee window via Victoria and other smaller towns - stopped by St Pawl in ? to get a view across gozo from the bell tower, After a quick stopa t the Azure window which had too many idiots ruining the lands ape drove bavk through st. Lawrenz to take picutres ...
... at the toll booth and paid the fee which was based on the vehicle and driver and a separate fee for each passenger. Boy, did he strain to see if there was anyone in the back seat of the car. And back in line for the boat. Driving onboard it was a short trip across the water and we were back in Cirkewwa.
Heading southeast over hill and field and several bad turns we got back to Qawra, several streets were closed so it was a challenge but we got back to the resort.
... died! And cared for the mentally ill.
The Knights of St. John's founding purpose and mission was to provide nursing to the sick and hospitality and shelter to the needy during the Crusades. After leaving Palestine in the 12th Century, they first moved to Cyprus and later to Rhodes where they remained up to 1523. On their arrival in Malta in 1530 they proceeded to continue with their mission of providing care ...
After our first night in Sliema Katie was up bright and early and off to Mater Dei Hospital to meet/orientate herself about Mater Dei. It was a rather brief visit but it was mainly to get her security pass and fill out some forms. This gave me time to head to the supermarket and get the groceries for the week. It was quite different to be shopping on the other side of the world not knowing all the brands and where things we located in the store, it also didn't help ...