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... He had several used sportsters and was asking 13000 euros.
Back on the road we followed the signs to Floriana and Valletta, with the intention of finding a parking area. Did I mention the challenges of driving on the left and the occasional horns, that are usually directed at me.?
Negotiating a number of ill marked traffic circle we approached the main city of Valletta gate, and there was a parking area, ...
... when climbing the stairs along the streets, as they were constructed so as to allow knights in heavy armour to be able to climb the steps. The city centre is located within a 15 minute walk from the port. In the narrow meandering streets we found cathedrals, palaces, and small boutiques with local art. As we are scheduled for ...
... when in port but not sea days. More ship jargon but I like breakfast delivered everyday to avoid the swarm of people. Malta did not have push bikes. It did have a beautiful town called Valletta right at the port. We left the boat, walked 500 meters up the road, took the lift to beautiful Valletta for 1.5€ and landed in a park. A short walk had us in the main shopping area. This always makes Wazza nervous so we moved on to the bus terminal and paid ...
... own, or just with the general 'work' of travelling. He has actually made me laugh out loud. Quite a lot to see here both culture/history and nature wise but took some ideas from Josh who visited last year. A lot of people have gone swimming with dolphins and visiting all sorts of caves and grottoes, doesn't seem to me to be particularly Maltese, but c'est la vie. (multilingual now, note) . It appears on first glance to be quite like Sicily, a ...
... seen all of Malta. The city centre is also a garrison city, the British held rule, protected and defended the place for 150 years. The Maltese gained independence in 1964. Valletta is set out in a grid fashion similar to that of Melbourne. They have a harbour which surrounds three sides and is nestled reasonably high up as seems to be the positioning of many places that needed to be more easily defendable back when. Freddie pointed out many of the main structures very ...
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