Diplomat Hotel Malta
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... and churches with a picturesque harbour.
I found a book shop and bought Meg a Maltese cookbook because it had the recipe for Beef Olives in it and I want her to make them for me when I get home.
By 3.00pm I'd had enough of Valletta. I then had a dilemma. Do I revisit the craft village (with the hop-on / hop-off bus) that I fell in love with because they had door knobs but didn't have time to explore last Tuesday? Do I ...
... the wreck from the Maltese Government, and employed a local diver named Eddie to raise it from the ocean floor with lifting bags and barrels. It had been a long, costly and risky venture, but the Charlotte Louise was once again afloat (while the lifting bags held anyway).
Gabriel had promised Egle he would take her to see the ship, so we picked up their friend Tom (who is the Captain of a boat also moored in the Manoel Island Yacht Yard), ...
... was exquisite.
Chrissy came over in the early evening and we all went to the new Times Gone By (TGB) premises to see if they needed help unpacking or setting up. It was great to see all the locals there willing to help, and it made me realise that TGB really is a small community…or big family. I mentioned to Ippy the new name for the bar/Thai restaurant should be 'Thaimes Gone By’…and then the next morning it was announced they would be ‘Good ...
... I will attempt to make Sunday. The best part was a trio of pumpkin, apple and pecan pies, topped off by the Cowboys beating the Raiders!
Now for Black Friday...I did a little on-line shopping before venturing out into the triqs of Valletta. We went to St Paul's Pro-cathedral which is the Anglican Church built after the British took over Malta mid 19th Century. Took a few pics, but the organ was being restored, so the sanctuary was covered ...
... the previous 4 towns.
Sliema is a penninsula with a harbour and Valletta, Malta's capital on the other side. Here you get a great view of Valletta built like a great castle rising up from the sea with sheer walls and a large, domed cathedral dominating the skyline.
At the tip of Sliema I find another pleasant surprise. Even though this is a harbour packed with fishing and tourist boats, the water looks crystal clean, and there's a place where you can ...