Travel Blogs from Valletta
... colored flours. The air was pleasantly warm, although most shops were closed so getting something to drink was pretty difficult.
What are the people like?
I have to be honest - the skin tone just does it for me on the men. Yes, I feel it is important to add this. Who knows, maybe I won't come home single :P Everyone is very social and friendly, and I've chatted with one or two ...
... with the Alaskans. It went to the south of the island. We saw Marsaxlokk, a very pretty fishing village. We also passed lots of vineyards. Because the island is so small, there are lots of little towns, but you don’t really realize when you are leaving one and entering the next. However, each has its own cathedral, and all are very ornate. After Marsaxlokk, we went to the Blue Grotto (another one). This is on the far side of the island. From there, you can take a boat through ...
... cyclists. No bus trip is without it's dramas. It's to be expected. Today's involved an alarm going off, a long wait and being ordered off the bus. Of course moments later we were back on the bus and there was no alarm. The knock on effect was a 'spritely jog' across Valetta bus terminus to make our connection. The South is a stark contrast to the beachy, bustling North, the historical and cultural centre and densely populated ...
... walking tour. We walked through the Triqs (street in Maltese) past the Castille, and over to St John Co-cathedral, whose patron saint is Saint John the Baptist. It is named for the Knight's of St John who were the hospillaters during the crusades. They were thrown out of Rhodes by the Ottomans and moved to Malta where they built the city of Valletta from scratch. They were able to do this with money sent from ...
... Than wrote the transkript of the 92 years old Salvone interview.I like to write this script, because he speaks in a really nice way and talks slow so I can write everything down (not like at the MIB- Mediterranean Insurance Brokers transcript)
For lunch today we had some nice carbonare pasta (Noddy didn't like it :D ). They have a strange tradition, that they eat cheese after every main meal and than the dessert. So we had ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Etvan Hotel Valletta
Other places to stay in Valletta
Great Siege Road, Valletta | 5 star hotelfrom $152
- Fabulously situated new hotel
- Excellent Grand Hotel
- Excellent and refreshing winter break
The Mall, Valletta | 5 star hotelfrom $177
- Great Holiday - Step back in time
- Service excellence with a genuine smile
- Terrible service
50, South Street, Valletta | 3 star hotelfrom $113
40 Battery Street, Valletta | 2 star hotelfrom $100
- A room with a view
- British Hotel in Valletta Malta
Castille Square, c/w St. Paul's Street, Valletta | 3 star hotelfrom $115
47 Battery Street, Valletta | 2 star hotelfrom $101