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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We flew from Florence to Malta by way of Rome. All went well. We are happy to see what a nice hotel we have for the next couple of weeks. Starting Monday we will be learning about the development of Malta. It has a very long history so I am sure we will not be wanting for more at the end. By the way it is easy to see that the British were here because they drive on the wrong side of the ...
... liver for me. For main Bradley had a lovely piece of Irish fillet with a red wine jus and potato gratin, while I had languistines. They were both delicious!! I loved the sweet shellfish, especially once Bradley looked up for me the easiest way to get into them, and Bradley's steak was lovely and tender. We finished up with a chocolate fondant and a Sicilian cake, both very nice. On the Saturday we took the bus round to the other side of the ...
... flowers everywhere.
We dropped Jonothan off for work, and picked some people up as part of Sandro’s taxi service. I was aware that he was losing business by helping Gabriel with the Charlotte Louise, which I thought was very generous.
We drove to Ta’Qali to talk to a machine rental company about cranes. There we learnt that commercial cranes at the Marsaxlokk Shipping Yards are the only ones able to lift the Charlotte Louise ...
... windy but nonetheless pleasant. After 1km off the main road I reached the bay. As before, middle aged men with toy speedboats lined the pebbly shore. I first climbed up to the right, overlooking the bay and St. Paul's Bay. Great picnic spot.
I then headed down and went North, across Mistra Bay towards the actual island St. Paul's Island. One of the best walks so far, great ...
... the cold and rain we've been having we had both been sceptical about the week's forecast, but it's nice to be proved wrong. Looking over the bay there are rocky hills that go all the way round to the next town. I hope we'll have enough time next year to take a walk around it, apparently there's a small hidden beach, and it would be nice to get a different view of St. Paul's island. It is a day like today that my love for Malta is renewed, and I remember why we ...