- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the local bus, which took us literally all through the countryside, to the bottom of the island, for us to climb the rocks and see the blue grotto! Whilst it took best part of the day it gave us some insight into the Maltese countryside which was good. Also brought us along a different route which showed us an area called St Julian's which has some of the really upmarket penthouses etc, couldn't take ...
... loved my stories.
-----Gary's young girlfriend, Sandra, a Serbian who never stopped smiling and being happy. Juju, a "chill" Serbian hair-dresser girl. Carl, a middle-aged Englishman who bought me a drink and told me of his fears and excitement for the new son he was about to have. Maybe I should've bought HIM a drink?
-----And Jan, a Maltese woman who gave me ten Euros for a story. I mentioned to her that I had a girlfriend in Malta. "Is she Maltese?" ...
... very accommodating for us vegetarians, and we've never had a problem in that department.
9) Paceville. Par-che-vil. Although it sounds like party ville, it actually means 'peace'. As with all Mediterranean Islands there is a huge clubbing scene. Paceville is basically one street in St. Julians lined with clubs, bars, strip clubs and fast food stands. On a friday, saturday and sunday night you will find the youth of Malta (usually too young) along ...
... There’s a torture museum in Mdina too, but none of us felt up to it! On the way out I posed ‘like a lady’ at the city gates. I yelled out ‘I’m a lady!’ as Ippy took a photo, which apparently made a stranger behind me smile. How nice!
Sunset was approaching, so we quickly drove to Dingli Cliffs to drink some cider as the sun went down over the ocean. The view was breathtaking, and I actually watched the sun sink ...
... I’ve come in the 65 days! I had a lovely sleep on the sofa though, with lots of fluffy blankets.
Travelling really helps you to appreciate the little things in life. The little things that you always take for granted back home, but make you so happy when you realise you’ve been missing them.
A warm drink when you’re cold. I had some sweet berry tea at the apartment, and ...