Db San Antonio Hotel + Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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... buried the bodies underground, covered them with a rock. A year later the bodies were decomposed. The bones were set aside and the tomb reused. gross! After a visit to Medina glass works and a silver filigree shop we headed home. The bus ride was reasonable. After a quick rinse off of the day's toils we went to the bar restaurant for a cocktail and sandwich.
Tomorrow is a total relaxation day. No buses on the agendas. Probably will hit the beach.
So good ...
... the present – both as persons and in their palaces and buildings.
The stirring stories of the WWII defence of Malta really came to life for me visiting this place. While it was mostly an air battle against German and Italian aircraft launched from Sicily, just 90km away, the resupply convoys from Gibraltar also feature large in the stories. The arrival of the tanker "Ohio" and the fly in of the Spitfires from the Brit aircraft ...
... seems to have a heavy influence from Italy also. We keep finding Italian restaurants every where we go.
The next day we venture out on a day trip to comino Islands and the blue lagoon. Crystal clear blue waters you just wouldn't believe. We drove past lots of cool little caves and cliffs and also had a bit of a tour while in the boat. Kayla and I wandered comino which is mostly rocky and desert like and stumbled upon our own little hideaway (actually the back of a ...
... after parking a million miles from the boat jetty, we got a boat that left at 9.45 instead.
The boat trip wasn't very long, maybe 20mins from boarding to arriving, very calm water and the views across the bay were lovely.
The Blue Lagoon is interesting – crystal clear water and some sandy bottom to walk on, surrounded by rugged rocky shoreline, totally covered in umbrellas and deckchairs! As you leave the boat you are prompted to chose the ...
... the drove to the impressive citadel and city walls, where people used to shelter from invaders in the Middle Ages. From there they could view the whole island and they would have been able to see any enemies coming to attack. We also saw watch towers dotted around the coastline so they could watch for invaders, pirates etc. The trip back to Malta was by speed boat which took us around past the blue lagoon and some cave on the island of Comino. It had ...