Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was lovely because I went out for lunch with my work team to celebrate and say goodbye to me! We went for delicious Indian food and had an extra long lunch break - perfect! Chris is still doing well with his teaching but I think he's looking forward to teaching adults again. Tomorrow I will be having a Fontanella chocolate cake delivered to work to share with my co-workers, I'm hungry ...
... styles of tombs that people were buried/lain in. There were quite a few light shafts, but also candle nooks, and apparently there are two walls with ancient written messages in red paint, but we couldn’t see them at all!
In the gardens above, we cut a prickly pear straight from the cactus and tried it. It was way too seedy to enjoy, so I think I’ll stick to the prickly pear liqueur!
Afterwards we bought some Maltese cakes from a ...
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 ...
... the streets could be if they worked differently. I smile and keep watching, it doesn’t matter how they do it, I know the end result will be beautiful!
And it was magnificent. Church bells started ringing victoriously as the faithful started leaving mass. They all made their way to the town’s main pjiazza. The sun started setting and suddenly we could see the beautiful result of some citizens’ efforts. The streets ...
I've always been amazed by filigree jewelry. It was a mystery how someone can work such small tiny pieces of silver strands into beautiful designs. When Malta was a runner up along with Sardinia as a travel destination, I thought to myself if I can find a filigree workshop offered in Malta, then this means I must go. And I did! After a quick google search, I had agreed to a 3-day workshop with Gaetano Saliba, a third generation filigree artisan. The first two ...