Gardenview Holiday Complex

Swieqi, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Swieqi

Marvelous Malta!

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on Jun 04, 2014

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... br> After the Hypogeum we caught a local bus to Valetta. We met Mary at the gates, which she was disappointed to see had been removed and modernised, and got an Imarqiet, a tasty deep fried date pastry that is a local treat. We headed to La Valette club for a drink. It is a place where Mary has been before, a lovely building. We went to the building that once housed Mary’s Dad’s family shoe store, now a café bar.

We went for a self-guided ...

The water was dive-ine!

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 24, 2014

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... around making funny gestures to the camera. He couldn't seem to get his ears to equalise below 5 metres, so Eddie and I went all the way down to the deck of the ship (8 metres).

The wreck has been there since 1991. Apparently the Captain made enemies with some powerful people, and they put a bomb on the door, which blew up when he stepped inside. I’m glad I didn’t know that someone died on board before I dived there!!

Back on the jetty we took ...

How very quizzical...

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 23, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... 8217;t believe he was gay anymore. He said something like: ‘You’re only gay if you act on your gay intentions.’ So basically he can think about men in a certain way, as long as he doesn’t have sex with them? I beg to differ. He asked me to add him on Facebook and said that I could come to their church sometime. I looked him up when I got home, and found out he belongs to a group called River of Love, with comments ...


A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Nov 01, 2013

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... and the heavens opened. A storm passed through, we took refuge in a cafe in the main square and chatted as the rain passed. We then walked down to lower Barrackka gardens. Phoebe met us and we went for pizza at Margo's, which claims to have the best pizza in the world, and talked about a film phoebe and I had seen the night ...


A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi on Oct 19, 2013

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Swieqi is a suburb not too far from Valletta and this is where most foreign families settled to ensure their children would learn English. It was no surprise that Anne-Cécile and Jérôme decided to rent an apartment close to the school their children will be attending. Everything you need is walking distance: food, restaurants, stores, schools, bus stop and even a rocky beach if you are willing to walk up to half an hour under the Maltese sun. Although you seem to ...