Db San Antonio Hotel + Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... of the Upers and there love for home. She (30 something) was very knowledgeable and shared the history as she had learned it in school. We learned amazing info. We saw ruins of temples from 3500 BC. That is not a typo. Over 5000 years old. This is the oldest discovered place on earth. Malta and the tiny island of Gozo, just north of Malta have been occupied by every western civilization I've ever heard of.
Boarding an old Arrive bus, not a bendy one though, they were short-lived here and have made their way to the bus graveyard, we made our way down to Sliema and then Valletta. I'd describe Sliema as the cosmopolitian side of Malta. Think new apartment complexes, a large shopping mall and general chain stores (M&S!). Here is also the main tourist ferry and bus departure zone. After struggling in the heat and Chris using his diplomatic skills to bargain a 1 1/2 hour trip ...
... medical center. For shoppers: several gift shops, photo gallery, art gallery and an ATM, of course. Every evening, they leave a list of activities available for the following day. Your cabin key is very important. It is your ID, credit card and boarding & disembarking pass. So, you must have it on you at all times. Interestingly, our passports were taken away from us when we boarded and not returned till we disembarked. We were told it ...
... 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 ...
... for the controllers to see and take action. Leaving the war rooms behind we headed back up into Valletta itself where Anthony got me to try yet another local Maltese delicacy - Pastizzi. Now this was something I liked a lot! It was a flaky pastry with cheese inside - not sure what type of cheese it was but later on found out from Roly that it is ricotta - never even knew I liked this. We wandered around the capital like only a couple in love ...