Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of various colors to get the different shades. The also had something to shape it. He made sand into a glass leaf. How amazing!
I also loved the precious stone store, I even bought one for my collection. They had large rocks of pure stone. The sold for huge amounts of money, and by the gentle way they glimmered it was no surprize! I also bought myself a little cat on a rug :3 It was really cute. It was a long wait for the bus home, but I did really enjoy the day out :)
... at my workplace in London it would be deemed as strange and look as if I had an ulterior motive. Don't get me wrong I find the whole ritual odd, but what a fantastic start to the day.
3) Weather. It is hot. Malta is so incredibly hot and I could not have wished for a better place to teach. Saying that, the humidity that gives you such warmth in the hotter months turns on you in the winter months. February and March are windy and stormy, and the cold air ...
... than class work, in preparation for the masters which I found out today that I can apply for in the summer.
Tonight we went to see Railway Man, a true story about a British solider in a Japanese POW camp - it was really enjoyable and interesting to watch - and for only 4 Euros, a bargain ...
So its Sunday. We woke up at 9 am, after a nice evening (we just made some chocolate cake and watch Pocahontas- which is a cartoon with lots of important meaning for adults as well-).
It was the night when they changed back the time one hour earlier, so we had one extra hour to sleep. We caught the 225 bus from Spinola Bay and went to the Pumpkin festival ...
... only a few inches high all the way down the hill making it an easy walk. The fort was one of the knight's strategic strongholds. It is now the Home of the Maltese Police Academy. It was also used as the setting of the film "Midnight Express". Once at the fort, we tried the camera again to no avail. We walked along the harbour a little farther and found a World War II monument which consisted of a large bell and plaques commemorating the island for it's help during the war. The bell ...