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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    Travel Blogs from Xaghra

    Saltwater Farewell

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on May 30, 2015

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    ... down to the pool for a swim in the salty water for the last time. I did go swimming in the ocean near the hotel as well in one of the cut out tidal pools, which was fantastic. Then it was time to get changed and fly back to Germany.

    Luckily I got the right seat and was treated to a fantastic view of the islands as we flew back. It was amazing to see how clearly you could see the Blue Grotto, Blue Lagoon and the ...

    A Plug for Every Socket

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on May 18, 2015

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    ... hours every day talking in English is that I get to learn a bit about Malta, the history and the culture here, of which I knew nothing. It makes me think back to my time at the German school and how everything we read was new and hard, while in English it’s easy and familiar. You just don’t realise how easy it is in your native language. It takes so much work to speak a foreign language well, not just understandably.

    Why Malta? Malta ...

    Valletta and The Three Cities

    A travel blog entry by helen60 on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... it They were first attacked by the Italians at the start of the war and the royal Engineers brought 40 stone masons from Yorkshire to teach the Maltese have to build air raid shelters. In less than 2 years Malta had shelters for 307,000 inhabitants and 60,000 service men. What was so astounding was this work was all done by hand using hammers, chisels, and pick axes. Not one piece of mechanical equipment was used. Wives and children helped to build ...

    Our 24th Anniversary on Our Way to Malta

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 17, 2015

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    January 15, 2015 -- our 24th anniversary was spent at sea. The seas were fairly calm, a pretty nice day. After breakfast, we exercised in the gym. I had signed up for the cooking class with the Dutch guest chef, Jurgen De Vries, which started at 11:00 AM, So I left Karl to find his own entertainment and headed off to class. The cooking classes are one of the best bargains on the ship. For $29 you get a hands-on cooking class with a well-known chef, you get ...

    Another ferry ride, and traffic

    A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 24, 2014

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    ... 11 pm.

    The trip to Mosta was about 10 minutes long, Mosta was very nicely decorated and the cathedral was a huge circular church. There was a wonderful pre-mass program of 50-60 children acting out the Christmas story, all in Maltese, and it was really hard to follow. This language has no connection to Italian (as we were told) and must have been more in line with Arabic. Mass was also in Maltese but not as hard to follow. The Christmas carols were in English, wow what ...