Diplomat Hotel Malta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Having experienced this tour and finding it too rushed, I would not do organised tours again in Malta. The hop-on / hop-off bus goes all over the island (Malts) and Gozo (3 different routes), leaving every half hour and is only 17 euros per route per day. Armed with my trusty Lonely Planet Guide, I could have spent longer in the areas I was particularly interested in and then caught the next bus. I have a tour of ...
... still take so much pleasure from a tiny place without it feeling tiresome. After a 2km straight walk we reached the bay. We were surprised with the cafes, water sports and facilities considering how remote it is. It was easy to see why people flock here. The waters are the most turquoise in Malta, on par with the blue lagoon in Comino. We sunbathed for a while and made our mark in the sand right by the sea. Well worth the ...
... the drove to the impressive citadel and city walls, where people used to shelter from invaders in the Middle Ages. From there they could view the whole island and they would have been able to see any enemies coming to attack. We also saw watch towers dotted around the coastline so they could watch for invaders, pirates etc. The trip back to Malta was by speed boat which took us around past the blue lagoon and some cave on the island of Comino. It had ...
... to Pjazza San Pawl. I heard the Concours d'élégance for the Mdina Grand Prix was being held there. I always hated the Montreal Grand Prix because it’s not about cars anymore… The organizers park a few average cars plastered with advertisements on Crescent street and attracted the city’s douchebags. A Honda was a big deal. Peel had slightly nicer cars, a few BMWs with a slightly better crowd and ...
... really enjoyed our last day in Malta. It has been a relaxing and enjoyable series of outings.
As I said before, I wandered toward the shops. Nick ended up joining me for a while and then we went our separate ways. I found some clothing at some boutiques and some food souvenirs at a local grocery store. This place was a kick! It was three stories tall beside a parking garage. I think I got lost in it twice! However, I found some dairy-free yogurt and ...