Hotel Bernard

St George's Bay, St Julian's, Sliema, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St George's Bay, St Julian's, Sliema, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Portomaso Marina, Cresta Dive Centre, and Trig Santa Rita Steps.
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Travel Blogs from Sliema

Mid-week holiday!

A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Mar 19, 2014

Every Wednesday should be a holiday. We took the bus to Rabat, where the festival is most celebrated. We weren't staying long as we wanted the connecting bus to Dingli, and lucky too. The streets were crowded, everyone reduced to a shuffle. Coaches lined he streets and people frantically jumped on and off buses on both sides of the road, even Mdina, the silent city, was bustling ...

Philosophy, eye contact and death yoga

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 14, 2014

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... perked up again when I found a kickass handbag to buy. It is just the right size, is black with a pretty pattern, and I can sling it over my shoulder when I want to dance crazily without it falling off. It fits all the criteria!

On the walk home, I set myself a mission: to make eye contact with everybody I walk past. Why? I don’t know! Nobody seems to look at each other these days, especially on the street. They always look at the ...

1784. Maltese vs. Moroccan Arabic

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 11, 2013

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... one, Malta is a place that has been occupied by some foreign power for almost all of its history. They accept this because they know this tiny, barren island can't survive on its own. They absorb elements from each invading culture, while at the same time clingling to that sense of Maltese identity. They know if they don't, their culture will vanish and they'll just be absorbed into their invader's culture. Their language is one of the things that makes them unique, ...

Day 9: Free Day

A travel blog entry by emily.waggoner1 on May 22, 2013

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... completly full to the brim. I was astounished each time the driver pulled over and continued to let more people on even though there wasn't room to stand. So we stood elbow to elbow for about 30 minutes until we reached the station and boarded the bus to Rabat. This bus was less crowded but equally awkward when an older gentleman proceeded to hit on the young Maltese woman next to us and they began to argue rather loudly.
I was ...

Gluten and Other Adventures

A travel blog entry by julie.v on May 18, 2013

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... talk about Malta and his life. His jovial attitude was infectious and even when he was telling me that he hasn't seen his wife since the 1970's, it was said with a chuckle. We said our goodbyes, I took a quick break to steal some wifi from a local restaurant and posted a few things to Facebook, then headed to bed. Of course, we had to check with our local concierge about where to find the best karaoke in Malta, so stay tuned for that ...