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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... around Malta. At 5:00 we were scheduled to leave, but we noticed security sitting around on the dock. This is usually not a good sign for someone. About 15 minutes later two buses came driving into port full of people. One dumped people for their 20 mile walk down the dock from France, but the second one came buzzing all the way to the gangway. My first question to Donna was "this is an island, where were you people"? Personally, I wanted ...
... natural limestone arch right by the water. I was also able to get on a boat tour that was really nice, going through all the natural caves. The heat was killing me, I must've drank five bottles of water that day!
My last night I hung out in Marsalforn, caught some live music on the street. I also had a wonderful Italian dinner, I decided to splurge and eat at a nice place. Gozo was really cool. Many people do this as a day trip from Malta, but it's definitely worth a few nights.
... the wonderful city of Syracusa. We were really surprised here by the centro storico with its meandering medieval lanes and grand piazzas. Perhaps this was the city that we found the most interesting and attractive so far on our trip. Big call, I know.
The final chapter in our May Sicilian sojourn was a brief two day trip by plane to Malta. Here we stayed at the Westin in St Julian's with John and Sue. The hotel was in ...
... English language student on the island (a large concentration of which are Libyan) having a good time. In small doses it is a great place to go if you're meeting a group of friends. An added benefit is that all club and drinking culture is isolated to Paceville. If you want to dance till 5am and drink cocktails, great! go to Paceville. If you want to have a drink in a pub or just relax, you can go anywhere else on the whole island.
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... sea in a flurry of colour and light.
Ippy and Rami said ‘We know a good spot!’ so they took us to a rocky inlet called Għar Lapsi, which is a natural swimming pool. It was a beautiful place, even at night, and I wished I was there in the summer so I could jump into the beautiful water. I climbed along the rocky outcrop (dressed like ‘a lady’), right up to the top so I could look down to the others, it was really ...