The Crown Hotel

Address: St. Aristarcus Street, St. Paul's Bay, Island of Malta, SBP 02, Malta | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on St. Aristarcus Street, St. Paul's Bay, is near Marsaxlokk Bay, Rotunda (Church of St. Mary), Mediterraneo Marine Park, and Catacombs of St. Paul and St. Agatha's Crypt.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Paul's Bay

    Malta is beautiful

    A travel blog entry by ravenbutterfly on Jul 21, 2014

    5 comments, 7 photos

    Dear Brothers & Sisters

    I am in love with Malta. Funny as a local asked me where I was from & I said Australia & then he went on to say that so you are half Australian, half Malta. Must be the dark hair & I do seem to getting a lovely bit of colour. Maybe this has been a home of mine before. Has been amazing driving around this country & finding little ...

    Gozo & the Ghasri Festa!

    A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on Jun 08, 2014

    3 comments, 97 photos

    ... as we tried to eat dinner in peace… no chance!

    Fireworks over, about 10.30pm, Lynda & I headed off to check out the disco! Hahaha… some loud 70’s music near the church, no-one dancing, a few guys standing around drinking… bit of a fizzer really! We took a couple of photos of the church all decked out in lights, then headed home… hoping the fireworks were really over for the day.

    Another long day, but so much ...

    Marvelous Malta!

    A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on Jun 04, 2014

    91 photos

    ... from the stone below the ground. There were interesting painting on the ceilings using red ochre and they used indentation patterns on the walls and had procured flint from Sicily to carve the rock. They had found interesting, detailed carved statues in the relics. The Hypogeum was discovered in the early 1900’s when houses were being built in the area and a hole fell through but not fully explored until much later. It was certainly an intriguing ...

    The longest walk

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Mar 07, 2014

    ... and hills, it will take 4 hours.

    After 90 mins I reach my first checkpoint and take a break. I'm next to the watch tower at bahar ic chaque. Here the purpose of these towers becomes clear. To the left I can see two, and one to my right. In the event of an attack or sighting of an enemy navy, one tower would be lit, acting as a beacon. All towers would have ...

    Valletta adventures

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 11, 2014

    52 photos

    ... the island on sledges, or they were an irrigation system.

    I did an assignment on the Phoenicians in high school, so it was cool to learn more about them, and see some of their stunning glass works. The Phoenician period seems like a really prosperous and colourful time.

    I took Val and Manica to Café Jubilee for lunch, and we rested our feet for a while. Then we were off again, walking through Hastings Garden and climbing on the ...