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- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Paul's Bay
... in. The went to see if any of the Auberges had free entry (have spent over 60 euro on entrance fees so far and think that is enough)but sadly not (these were the residences of the Knights and they certainly by the look of the outside, didn't live in poverty) Walked back to hotel and ordered room service - rib eye steak, fries and seasonal veg. It was delicious. Tomorrow Gozo and hope the weather improves or it will be a rough sea crossing. Chow ...
... lucky ) in the right direction. The route was lined with musical bands who had to find sheltered venues, so it was a jolly, soggy run. Still we now hear the runners in England this morning were were freezing and soggy, so we were fine. The rain stopped and the sun made brief appearances and soon Simon was running past our apartment in Sliema and to the finish line in 3hours 13mins 24 secs a PB by 24 mins! Graham soon followed doing a 1 ...
... one coast to the other. We missed the aqueduct, you can see a human made structure is not usually easy to get to due to the road system,
We followed several narrow roads, passed a police car going in the opposite direction and came upon a small village area with some Gozoian artisans making traditional lace, glass and pottery. The village was called the Dbelgi Craft Village. We had several long conversation with the owner of the hand made lace shop. He was especially ...
... Ta' Pinu, apparently a sacred pilgrimage site for the Maltese. We then drove to Wied il-Ghasri down a few windy back roads, to a cool gorge/inlet that looked like a lovely swimming spot. Unfortunately we hadn't had lunch yet and were starting to get hungry so decided to save swimming for later in the day! Then we went back to Victoria and looked around their old fortified city - the Citadella. This looks especially impressive from the North side of the island as it sits high up on ...
... we nodded off - Brits on holiday indeed! Dreamt of a child constantly crying...turns out she DID constantly cry all the way to Malta - not that I could see if we had arrived as Anthony had managed to book the only window seat with no window!! On arrival we were greeted by Miriam and Roly aka Nanna & Grandad at arrivals and soon boarded a bus to take us back to their apartment via a mini tour of the island. Absolutely beautiful apartment ...