Il Palazzin Hotel
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Today was the first full day in Malta. Went to the St. John co cathedral and saw the giant Caravaggio of the beheadings of John the Baptist and then a very nice realistic piece of at jerome with the skull. The church itself was very ornate in the Barocco period. Then went to the war museum and the waterfront and learnt the history of Malta and the nights and the siege of 1565.. All the way to ww2 ...
... until we had finished all our boat preparations. We said ‘goodbye’ to the few remaining folk in the marina and eventually headed south to Malta and Gozo.
The city of Valetta was first class to look around with so much history surrounding the place.
My two sons, Graham and David joined us for a couple of days arriving at the unearthly hour of 1.00am! I think they enjoyed their flying visit but I was still ...
... we were taken out in a traditional fishing boat to tour all around the harbor seeing Valletta and all the Forts from the harbor. These boats are like gondolas with a motor. On this boat launch, there were 2 very interesting sites. First the monuments showing soldiers saying goodbye..to commemorate the last of the British soldiers to leave Malta, fully independent of the UK. The 2nd attraction is a haunted house, that has been for sale for years and no one will buy it. It has a ...
... there were many grand houses and religious buildings, all built amongst tiny labyrinthine passages to protect them against invasion.
We walked the streets and found that Mdina truly lived up to its name as the Silent City – it was actually quite an eerie experience as all we could hear was our own footfalls – and emerged at the northern end to wonderful views over the island, including the dome of Mosta church, the largest ...
... an Anzac poppy she had brought from NZ to honour NZ servicemen and in particular her grandfather Charlie who had told her that he served in Malta in the Royal Navy and that there was a war memorial that commemorated the serviceman and the Siege of Malta. A fellow passenger said that Malta took a pounding from prolonged German bombardment. Charlie had been awarded the Maltese Cross for serving there. He died a couple of months ago. We had no idea where the ...