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... then did a lot more sight seeing! Got back to the hotel late in the afternoon and started walking to the esplanade for a swim! After initially freezing, we got some guts and got in. The sea was so salty!!! It made us very buoyant! We the. Walked to Sliema for gelato and home again. We got pizza on the way home which was yum! Last night in ...
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We arrived at about 1.00pm and it was very hot. We didn't know what to expect or for that matter much about Malta full stop. I did know it had a very strong naval history; particularly during the Second World War and that the Knights of Malta were based here. The first impression we got was the high citadel walls that were everywhere and next how dry it was. We decided to stay on board until the late afternoon ...
... 7000 bodies were interred here over its many centuries of use (up to about 2500 BC). It was worth coming to Malta just to visit this site. It is with extraordinary archaeological sites like this that you thank UNESCO for its protection. The Hypogeum was closed for 10 (reopening mid-2000) due to the serious damage of the burial chambers' limestone walls caused by the carbon dioxide exhaled by visiting tourists. It was a truly unique site and the 50-minute tour ...
... We planned to make it to another temple that day, but time had run away from us, so we went directly to Valletta and sat on the fortification walls. When the sun sunk lower we walked down Strait Street, and I told Egil about the roads’ shady history that I’d learnt from a local shop owner.
I found a public bathroom – definitely an interesting experience – everything was colourful and automated, and it even retracted ...