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... It was fabulous. Dave was comfortable at the pool having met many Brits who are regulars here. We decided to go for happy hour at the hotel bar. Drink prices reduced, not early bird dinner. However, the food was good and the view was spectacular. We enjoyed Caravaggio labeled wine. Will check that out tomorrow. We will take a 9:00 shuttle to Valletta in the morning to retrace our steps on Independence day and see Caravaggio's painting.
So this morning we took ...
... HMS Glorious” ?) at maximum range were perhaps the most memorable. The anchor from Ohio is now located at a roundabout near the port.
Strongpoints, forts and dramatic limestone cliffs feature as you enter the harbor. The Captain did a great job performing a 360 degree turn on the ship's axis in the middle of the harbor before docking to point us out to sea for the evening departure.
We were glad we decided to take a guided ...
... after parking a million miles from the boat jetty, we got a boat that left at 9.45 instead.
The boat trip wasn't very long, maybe 20mins from boarding to arriving, very calm water and the views across the bay were lovely.
The Blue Lagoon is interesting – crystal clear water and some sandy bottom to walk on, surrounded by rugged rocky shoreline, totally covered in umbrellas and deckchairs! As you leave the boat you are prompted to chose the ...
Mary was up when I got up and off trying to phone home using a phone card and phone box. She'd tried before with no success but today got through. All good there.
Today we took a Grand Harbour boat tour. We travelled in and out of all the creeks and harbours in the main area. We saw Valetta from both sides and the ship docking areas and marinas. There were some HUGE ships and tankers around. It was a beautiful day, perfect for a short ...
... lift. It peals back the touristy tat of souvenir shops and ice cream bars and shows Malta for what it used to be and really is, a stunning, sun-soaked paradise. Not much planned for the weekend, we'd like to go marsaxlokk on Sunday for the market, the rain has stopped us a few times, possibly a hike on Saturday to stretch the legs and see the rocky, uninhabited parts of the ...