Cardor Holiday Complex
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... varieties of beer.
We returned the car, found a parking spot, another challenge, and after a stop at the grocery store, yes it was open at 8 pm, we got a couple of essential and spent 34 euros. (like 40 bucks), we went in search of a restaurant that was open and did not concentrate on sea food. The octopus looked appealing but I am trying to cut back.
Dinner, beer, coka lite, and we returned to the resort to catch some zzs. Boy are we ...
Today was a trip to the Three Cities These are named Kalkara, Vittoriosa & Cospicua. We took the lift down to the sea and caught the ferry boat across to the cities. A return ticket on the ferry also includes the ride up in the lift. The lift is free to go down. There wasn't any Cathedrals or Churches open today, however the War Museum was so ...
... at the centre is a castle like structure surrounded by smaller buildings which have been turned into shops and apartments. The walkways and driveways are all cobblestone paths and people live here. Mdina is a fully functioning fortress with inhabitants! We honestly had NO idea! So naturally we then checked out the torture museum and saw all the different ways people were punished for their ...
... visit the Rotunda of Mosta where in WWII a Luftwaffe bomb pierced the dome (one 50kg bomb bounced off) and fell among a congregation of more than 300 people awaiting early evening mass. It did not explode, so it is considered to be a miracle. But our local guide suggested (quite passionately) that St. Johns Co-Cathedral was far more spectacular to see – especially the floor. ...
1st of March! Unbelievable. Time has gone so quick.
Nothing to do with the wine whatsoever, but we decided to take it easy and catch up on a few things, rather than join half the island trying to make it over to Gozo for the carnival. There's one in Valletta ...