Grand Harbour Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We found a place to park and learned that the maximum cost would be 5 euros.
Passing through the big bus traffic circle, we had been advised by one woman to take the bus to Valletta, which we didn’t follow, and entered the city. Huge, huge city walls from the time of the crusaders in the 15th-16th century. The main portion of the city is a car free area, and there was literally a sea of holiday ...
... departure, we decided to try the local fare ashore; in hindsight the ship food would have been a better choice tonight...
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Fourth sea day today - beautiful weather, relaxing by the pool with a formal night tonight in the main dining room. Travel distance to Athens, Greece is 522 nautical miles.
... Each in an attempt to make it to the blue grotto. The information counter made me feel confident we would make the blue grotto on bus 71 and so did the map so off we went on bus 71. The very nice bus driver dropped us at the stop and said now get 71a to blue grotto. So we got off her bus and stood in the deserted street. The only bus hanging around was broken down. The only cafe open we're no help. The bus time table on the pole (once we translated) ...
... pot with Arabic, Spanish, Roman influences, we'll see. Actually it's more North African than I thought, reminds me of Tunisia but it's a real melting pot. Certainly more, presumably Africans here than I've seen elsewhere, guessing they're Senegalese, but don't seem to be doing the street vendor thing so maybe not. The suburbs, towns and street names are all in an Arabic type language, the signs and a lot of the ads etc are in English. (most ...
... through a quietness, absent of cars. They walked beside potted plants, some of which towered over their heads.
-----Once a month, Birgu celebrated its identity. Enormous flags protruded from the town and hung overhead. On the hilltop, the town's trapezoidal fortress was topped by several flags including a white-and-red Maltese flag and a yellow-and-white Vatican flag. Fifteen more flags - divided into quarters that were either red-and-white crosses, green ...