Diplomat Hotel Malta
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Every woman needs a pamper day and this my friends was mine. A trip to my nephew's daughter Jessica's salon in Hamrun for some hairdressing magic with my sister Marlene.
Lunch at a cafe under the trees in the square before we get the bus home via Valletta to buy some hot Imqaret for afternoon tea.
In the afternoon it is to the local day spa for waxing ...
Malta is a group of small islands in the southern Mediterranean that is just east of Tunisia, north of Libya and south of Sicily. It has a long and rich history as up until a couple years ago the oldest known neolithic free standing buildings are located there. In the years since 4000 BCE, the islands have been ruled by among others, the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Moors, ...
... check – sure, it’s a holiday, but the staff here are not your slaves, this isn’t the 19th century.
Anyway, lets talk about ports! I have to admit my expectations of Greece were really quite harsh, before we got there I’d even quoted “oh it’s only Greece”. I think the idea of heading back into the familiar territory of Europe made me undercut how nice Europe can actually be; Athens was actually quite a ...
... were only two Maltese men who did this art work, both have died. Joe proudly shows us some of his dad's art he has on display. Truly intricate work that is very impressive. Goodbyes to Jane and Rita and off to Mdina along the way Joe stops at the The Blue Grotto. There are actually a number of sea caverns on the south coast of Malta, east of the fishermen's harbour in the village of Qrendi. The Blue grotto is the most famous. It is located ...
... floor being decorated with skeletons and skulls? According to Eyewitness Travel guide, "The entire floor of the church is a sea of multi-coloured marble, where 400 Knights are buried beneath dazzling tombstones. Each is adorned with the coat of arms of its aristocratic occupant, along with symbols reminding onlookers of the inevitability of death."
I took a ride on the Fun Train (trackless train) that takes you around (up and ...