The Crown Hotel
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Today was a trip to the Three Cities These are named Kalkara, Vittoriosa & Cospicua. We took the lift down to the sea and caught the ferry boat across to the cities. A return ticket on the ferry also includes the ride up in the lift. The lift is free to go down. There wasn't any Cathedrals or Churches open today, however the War Museum was so ...
... under lights, and the moon was full and bright. As it rose the sun had just set which made for a magnificent red moon. The four of us dined casually - smorgasbord - on the open deck at the stern if the ship and watched the city disappear. We could see a wall of lights across the water to one side, it was other ships. Tomorrow we have our first ship excursion which means and early start so Craig headed to bed at 10.30pm. Ang went to a comedy game show with Tina and ...
... machine guns! Both of us found this unnerving. Paris was not going to let both of us out easily. Good tip Helen & Bernie to having my letter for my medications. This was a big help when being questioned about the contents of my bag. Stuart, my techno husband, was asked to take his tablet out of his bag. His reply was "they are in my wife's bag". Again he was asked to take your tablet ...
... our trip. There is a wonderful mix of Italian cuisine with Maltese traditional cuisine. The pizza and pasta has been a really highlight (as has, of course, the icecream). One culinary highlight was a cut little café on the waterfront called 'Mint’ that turned out to be owned by some Kiwis.
We spent a few days exploring the capital city, Valetta, where we saw some beautiful churches and ...
... and sentenced to death.
After having a discussing about world war 1 and what kinds of things a soldier can do to be on trial and taught some crime vocab and the various professions (defence lawyer etc.) we watched it, discussed who did what, then I have them the script to check any language (plump). Great fun and will try and use more British comedies in the ...