Db San Antonio Hotel + Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... the crowd moved me forward. Once aboard we had a nice 20 minute ferry ride. Again the herding began. I have no idea where people think they are gonna go. There must be a more orderly way to exit. Remember those Roman drivers? Well, in a crowd whoever gets there first wins. Not exactly sure what the prize is. To the best of my knowledge no one got trampled!
I wouldn't do this again. However, it would be a shame to not ...
... a sunday, charm in its own right. We decided to take a wander through Rabat towards the Catacombs of St Paul and war shelters. The Catacombs were amazing, and very easy to get lost in for an hour or so. Softly lit, only slightly developed for tourist access and a much cooler temperature than above ground, we lost ourselves down these windey underground alleys. The war shelters were also interesting, although more developed and with a less ...
... staff seem to be mostly Indian and Filipino. Indian is unusual, usually Indonesian and Filipino but don't seem to be. Everyone appears to speak English but it's not a complicated conversation, hello, goodbye thank you etc, I can do it in italian. The Maltese disembarked today so I think that will dramatically reduce the no of English speakers on board, the Romanians (not the Gypsy version) speak English and the original couple, otherwise I don't think ...
... 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 ...
... and gone off fishing for a few days. How unprofessional!
It was imperative to move the boat today, because the weather and sea conditions were perfect, and other people had taken time off work to help.
Calling, calling, calling. Who can we call? Who can help us? Is there another boat that can tow the Charlotte Louise? How much will it cost? Can they do it as soon as possible?
Sandro arrived and drove Gabriel, Liz, Jonathan and I to the ...