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... across the street opened at 10 pm and blasted away til 5:30 am. What a shame. Beautiful location with view of Atlantic Ocean and the pool. Saturday ! We had breakfast beachfront and got a cab to our new resort. We settled in, went to the store for beer, wine, coke, water, and rum. And, oh yeah, food. Again we have a full kitchen, dining room ,, living room, big bedroom, and ...
... a sunday, charm in its own right. We decided to take a wander through Rabat towards the Catacombs of St Paul and war shelters. The Catacombs were amazing, and very easy to get lost in for an hour or so. Softly lit, only slightly developed for tourist access and a much cooler temperature than above ground, we lost ourselves down these windey underground alleys. The war shelters were also interesting, although more developed and with a less ...
... a great laugh. They were in Malta for work. One was young and the other 2 were literally old enough to be our dads but they were hilarious. One of them had the funniest dance moves, he woulda been 50 dancing like an 18 year old. They bought us a few drinks and we went to the night club for a bit of a dance. 2am later and we had redeemed ourselves for sounding like total nanas earlier! Randomest night ever but good fun. Gunna be struggle street ...
... one week. Guards on horses and police escort, to a rolls Royce with someone in full ceremonial garb, we followed this until it entered the palace, we think it was the ambassador from either Andorra, or Moldova, because of the flag on the limo! Anyway we weren't invited in! From there we started our walk trail around the walled city and the fortress area, decided to go into the Sovereign Military ...
... on the number 203 bus over towards the central part of the island. On arrival it was lunchtime and I was already peckish so Anthony sourced us a couple of Pastizzi each. We then entered through the walls to this ancient city and began our clockwise navigation through its streets. At one point we had an excellent view from the tops of the walls and out across the island since this city had been built on a hill. Walking past the cathedral in St Paul's ...