Grand Harbour Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we began the sail-away. As promised, we had a cannon salute from Baraka Gardens. It was really pretty impressive -- big flames shot out of the cannons followed by the boom.
We had dinner in the Lido buffet and went to the show -- a group called "Graffiti Classics". They were 2 violins, a viola and a bass played by 2 men and 2 women. They were very entertaining -- we enjoyed both the music and their antics.
Next: Another day at sea, then we visit ...
... hefty donations, hence the money to invest in the church. The gold is gold paint but everything else looks authentic, although like most other old churches it has been subject to much restoration. The church is also famous for its art collection on the walls and the pieces of art date back to the 16th century. Even the floors are a piece of art, in-scripted marble tiles. After leaving the church we found a cafe with air conditioning, beer, ice cream and free wifi - ...
... them with tiles or paint, adding doors for privacy. On the one hand it was hard to imagine what it would have been like and yet as Anthony pointed out you could see what it would have been like.
At the end of the tunnels were steps linking to the catacombs. These were a maze of very thin passage ways with burial chambers lining every wall. Some even contained the odd bone, everything else had been removed in previous looting that ...
... that is 7000 years old...so there have been many versions over the millennia.
With 31,000 Gozitans (included in the total Maltese census of 420,000), 46 churches, stone circles, myserious ancient ruts carved into stone, Gozo is a world apart from Malta. Yes, 46 churches on one little island.
Gozitans steadfastly maintain their historic claim to be Ogygia, the island where ...
... if Sunday group whilst there families worship at the church. I guess pizza and fizzy drinks at 10am was the reward. I did what little preparation I could and then we decided to head to the cinema to miss the majority of the rain. Dinner was a mix of fresh veg and beans in wraps, delicious! Tomorrow it's business as usual as we both return to our ...