Dean Hamlet Aparthotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... most of the places I had already visited but I did learn a lot especially about the Knights of St John which dominated the tour. Of course it wasn't free as they tell you at the beginning they expect a tip at the end but still cheap and very informative. At the end of the tour I was walking to the ferry for the 3 Cities and a Sax player was playing the blues. Don't know if the sun had gone to my head or the fact I had paid for a free tour but I gave ...
... br> 2. an Asian mountain range
3. an Asian plateau
4. a North American island
5. an African island
6. a touristy Asian town
7. a coastal town in Oceania
8. a coastal city in Oceania
9. an interior South American city
10. a South American coastal village
HM: a farming village in Europe; a North American city
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... The ship's length is 881 feet or almost the length of three football fields. It houses 2,018 passengers and a crew of 949, that's almost 3,000 people. It has 11 restaurants (14 dinning options), a casino, nightclub, theater, 10 lounges & bars. It also has a video arcade, children's center, teen club, card room, internet room, and library. For physical fitness: basketball court, golf driving, sun deck, running track, fitness gym ...
... one other couple there and it was such a treat to be able to experience a little treasure off the beaten track. We chatted and planned our trips for when our visitors are here.
A few hours passed and we headed back in to the capital for a spot of lunch before taking the ferry back to Malta in the late afternoon. What a wonderful weekend and a public holiday tomorrow too - fabulous!
... was one of the most intensively bombed areas during the war. The allied forces were able to keep Malta, and King George VI awarded a George Cross to the island in 1942 to ‘bear witness to the heroism and devotion of its people.’ A lot of lives were lost though – forces and civilians.
I was also astounded to learn that some of the caves in the cliffs I've discovered while hiking might have been created as bomb shelters (I thought they were ...