Howard Johnson Mediterranea
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... all three styles. I ordered this great octopus salad, Tim ordered an Arabian roll and Rickie had Samosa, for mains Tim and I ordered curries and Rickie had Duck ala Orange. We leisurely ate our meal , watching the Sunset and enjoying each other's company for the last time for a while. After we finished our meal we walked back to the main gates and waited for a taxi. I have to say that I was truely surprised by the number of people we passed. The restaurants inside the town ...
... country not a nation state, that means that we don’t have the same norms and values that a well-established country like Germany might have. That makes it easier to accept new people because most people are immigrants themselves. But places like Germany make it harder to integrate and assimilate. The Turks are a big problem because, while most of them integrate and open up shops, get jobs and learn basic German, there are quite a few that ...
... when I could see it from the top of the mountain and the way down was over rocks sticking out of the ground. It was so step and uneven I knew I couldn't make it and although I have a gamy hip I didn't want a broken one. The return was even worse as the descent in places was so steep I was terrified of slipping so took it very slowly It was very warm but a bit cloudy so I didn't bother with sunscreen - I am like a beetroot tonight. Spent the rest of the afternoon on a bench at ...
... br> 2. an Asian mountain range
3. an Asian plateau
4. a North American island
5. an African island
6. a touristy Asian town
7. a coastal town in Oceania
8. a coastal city in Oceania
9. an interior South American city
10. a South American coastal village
HM: a farming village in Europe; a North American city
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After a very hot, very full bus ride we made it to St Julian's. We checked in then wandered the streets and harbours which are full of boats. The 28-30 degree sunshine continued so we headed back to our hotel for a swim in the rooftop pool where we have great views of Spinoza bay. That night we walked (and walked and walked) around the boardwalk which hugs the harbours and waterside to Sliema and found a restaurant on the water for dinner (we shared a seafood platter and ...