Cornucopia Hotel

Address: 10 Gnien Imrik Street, Xaghra, Island of Gozo, XRA 102, Malta | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 10 Gnien Imrik Street, Xaghra, is near Grand Masters' Palace, Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Hagar Qim, and Mnajdra Megalithic Temples.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Xaghra

    Last morning in Malta, fly home this afternoon

    A travel blog entry by davidcanham on Aug 11, 2015

    1 photo

    Sad to be leaving these beautiful islands, really pleased we came, saw and experienced. We have found that the people of Malta so friendly and joyful, the food is delicious and very varied, their history is vast and very interesting and their coastline is amazingly stunning. We would certainly recommend anyone to go, although we have been told that normally the temperature is pretty consent during the summer of around 32-35 degrees we did experience an unusual heat wave ...

    Grand Bazzar

    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 22, 2015

    10 photos

    ... back down to the Spice markets where We stumbled across the pet zone of Istanbul. This area is just outside of the New Mosque behind the plant area . We were walking along the plant stalls when saw some fish tanks and decided to walk into the shop. We walked out the other end and found ourselves in an area with lots of pets supplies and pets. There were a few cats, lots of canaries and budgies, fish , loads of cane bird cages and collars for dogmas and ...

    Maltese Balconies

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on May 27, 2015

    42 photos

    ... noon, a cannon is fired to signal the time as a nod to the old practice of time keeping. Basically firing the cannon allowed mariners to check the chronometers used for navigation, which were themselves a giant leap forward in technology. The ability to measure time accurately changed everything after that.

    Just had to run back to the ferry at 12:15pm after that and get back to work...

    Last day in Valletta

    A travel blog entry by helen60 on Apr 24, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Got up this morning and it had been raining during the night and showers continued during the day although very warm 23c. Today was a military day as I had purchased a combined ticket when at the Malta War Rooms. When I told Gerry I was going to Malta he said he had been stationed there at the end of the war and it was total destruction. He also said if it hadn't been for Malta and the Maltese people the Germans would have taken North ...

    Valletta from several perspectives

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Mar 04, 2015

    51 photos

    ... we found. Its very plain on the outside, no carvings, gargoyles or other adornments, but the inside – all I could say was, “WOW.” Literally every inch is carved/gilded/silvered/painted or sculpted, sometimes all of the above, and the floor is just a riot of multi-coloured marble gravestones. It was a lot to take in at first sight – by far the most ornate decorations I’ve ever seen and I was quickly running out ...