The Crown Hotel
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... terrace Rickie has booked. It is just two big doors. However now we know where it is we continued to walk the streets and explore both Mdina and Rabit. As we were late in the afternoon we missed visiting the catacombs but stumbled across a church/ monastery and had a sneak inside the outer area with its olive trees and big arches. The church itself was closed. We also found another monastery/school on our walk. As we headed back to Mdina we stumbled across some people including ...
... which means to become German i.e. to adopt all the cultural norms and values of the adopted country and give up your own. In order to figure out if that is possible you have to look at socialisation, which is how a person grows up to function in society. That starts when you are a baby because you learn from your parents, then from your immediate family, then your teacher, preacher, boss or whatever. The whole process takes a good 18 years until you ...
... as my poor old hip was not very happy with the climb over rough ground it had to do yesterday perhaps it was a blessing. My final night in Marsaxlook and have just had an early dinner as I am quite tired. Sea bass cooked with basil and garlic in paper. It was served with the best potatoes I have ever tasted. I asked the waiter and the potatoes were cut into chunks and slowly cooked in the oven in olive oil, garlic, many different herbs and onion. They were delicious but my one ...
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... a long table to seat about 30. Many of the wines were kept behind glass in temperature control but in view of the downstairs guests. It was an intriguing little room with a small kitchen attached to hold private meetings or functions. Lino was a gracious host who had good stories to tell and was eager to talk about his love of both Gozo and wine.
Feeling a little tired, we headed back to our place for the last night together as a team of five… ...