Dean Hamlet Aparthotel
Travel Blogs from Saint Julian's
... closed on Sunday. This is a 16th century house still lived in by the Maltese Family that has owned it for 10s of years. First the tour took us underground where they had turned the water storage area into bomb shelters in World War II when over 200 people took shelter. Then we visited the private garden and some of the rooms on the second floor. These rooms are still used by the family today. We returned to the Hop on hop off bus and continued our trip around ...
... another place. This time Marsalforn. We walked 20 minutes west to the next bay, Qbajjar and went to a restaurant Pheebs had researched with the same name. The food was the best we've had since we moved, and after 3 starters (two being free) we struggled to get on the bus to Victoria. We drank wine and I had an espresso as we waited for the final bus back to Ghasri. It has been a perfect day, and thank you to Phoebe for my amazing birthday ...
... 1499;ל החביל 92;. שייט
שנמשך קרוב לשעתי 97;ם וכלל מסלול בכל המפרצ 97;ם היפים באיזו 12; ...
The boat ride to the blue lagoon was a little cold because the sun wasn't out, but that didn't keep me from getting my shoulders completely burnt! I was dumb for not thinking I could get through the whole trip with out getting fried at least once. Once at the lagoon it started to shine a little though, which ...
... it. But, as I told Jane, it turns out that I'll have the last laugh because I should be able to get the lens back. Apparently there is an authority around here known as the M.O.L.P.O, the Meditteranean Ocean Lost Property Office. These good people clean the ocean nightly and anything they find is taken to their offices for safekeeping. The good news is that they have an office right here in Valetta so I'll be down there tomorrow morning to retrieve my lens. Who's laughing ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking