The Crown Hotel
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It is just as well that Maltese speak English as an official language as the many sources of their native tongue make it very tricky to learn. Originally Sicilian Arabic but with the layers of all the nationalities of the Knights of St John, then Napoleonic French, then English, it has now about 35% arabic, 30% italian, 20% english sources. Hence some words look decypherable in ...
... Some of the detailed decorative work is amazing considering the primitive tools they must have had. Back on the bus and with a couple of hours to spare we got off in Valletta and took the lift (see photos!!!!!!) up to the top of the wall from the waterfront. Wandered through the gardens with stunning views to the St. John's Co-Cathedral. Very plain and austere on the outside but on stepping ...
... see the baby shark squirming inside. They were strung up between some seaweed, and apparently the eggs cling to weed when they are dropped in the ocean. It was also interesting to hear that they take about 9 months to hatch!!k Apart from this wee trip it was a quiet but enjoyable week, looking forward to our weekend trip to Gozo. On Friday we bused to Ic-Cirkewwa where the ferry terminal is, and caught the 20min ferry across to Gozo. Here we were picked up by the rental car ...
... I would order for myself in the right restaurant in the right location. Had a lovely stroll back along the promenade with all the restaurants, hotels and bars lit up. Stopped along the way for more Imarqet (date fritters) - Miriam ended up buying two boxes of them as it seems they are a bit of a favourite for the whole family. Got an early start tomorrow (leaving the apartment just after 5 am) as off to Sicily so off to sleep now. Claire & ...
... another within a couple of hours…in the kitchen at Good Thaimes! That night also happened to be Jay’s 30th birthday, so we celebrated with gleeful games of beer pong (where Richard and I teamed up, and again, got a bit competitive, which won us the game). When it turned midnight we lit sparklers and sang and danced and ate cake.
When Jay shut the pub he said goodbye to everyone as ...