Diplomat Hotel Malta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... We ewe very lucky, we literally walked in to see the bomb at 5 as they were closing. The man gave us a minute to take some pictures. We were very grateful! After that it was shopping and dinner. I had a traditional Maltese dinner of rabbit stew tonight. It was really good (except for all the bones I had to pick out... But that's part of the fun right?). Tomorrow we hope to check out St Julian's Bay at night. That's when the real fun ...
... the highest point of the city walls, and offers a clear view over the Grand Harbour and the old towns of Senglea and Vittoriosa, as well as over the shipyard. We strolled through the hot streets ready for the refreshingly cool air of the ship. We enjoyed the views as we sailed away from Malta through the Grand Harbour (glad there were no floating bodies or cannonball heads flying around). ...
The Maltese archipelago is composed of several different islands, Malta being just one of them. The other one that most people have heard of is Gozo, the capital of which is Victoria, also known as Rabat. The ferries between the islands of Malta and Gozo run almost continuously and take only about half an hour to make the crossing, so S and I decided to go for a day trip. When we arrived at the port in Cirkewwa, the weather really was not looking very ...
... able to use his love of literature with his student this week, she seems very advanced in English. After work we went straight to the cinema to watch the new Leonardo di Caprio film - was very good and is nice to do something like that in the evenings every now and again! Friday tomorrow so we shall see what the weather and the weekend will ...
... to it) and that I could walk (the verb to walk and identical in Arabic and in Maltese) from a certain street that I happened to know because it was a major intersection (“from” is also the same word in Arabic). I was amazed, I smiled but I answered in English. He looked at me, startled and asked me Malti? Inglizi? He just didn’t believe me, he knew I understood. I then did something I’ve never done yet: I spoke to him ...