Palazzo Capua

Address: Gorg Borg Olivier Street, Sliema, Island of Malta, SLM1807, Malta | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Gorg Borg Olivier Street, Sliema, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Portomaso Marina, Manoel Theatre, and Cresta Dive Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Sliema

    Malta Day 1 & 2

    A travel blog entry by lauraapple on Mar 31, 2015

    6 photos

    After a loooong flight (3 flights to be precise, travelling for around 30 hours), we finally arrived in Malta. We were both exhausted but as it was only 2pm when we got our room, so we headed straight out to have a wander and try and stay awake. We didn't make it very long before our eyes were hanging out of our heads and we headed up to the room. Cue falling asleep by 5pm and that was our first day done and dusted. Today we decided to check out the capital ...

    Magic Malta

    A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 15, 2014

    21 photos

    ... on the floor surface over which the tourists walk !

    The buildings surrounding the harbor are older although a lot of them appear to have been rebuilt following damage from bombing in WWII. The outer areas are built in generally the same style but are obviously modernized, particularly in window fittings. Wood is in short supply and predictably, all buildings are constructed using the locally quarried limestone. Apparently, in the past, the ...

    PEACE GROVE

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and save Asian farmers from becoming dependent on expensive chemicals.
    -----Those were the lucky humanists. The above-mentioned people had died natural deaths, or were still alive.
    -----As I read from the other plaques, my eyes wanted to cry. All of the other heroes had been killed, prematurely to put a stop to the good deeds they could've done. Some were tortured. The world was cruel to humanists.
    -----There was Mahatma Gandhi, Malcolm X, ...

    Going to Gozo!

    A travel blog entry by smyth on Apr 15, 2014

    1 photo

    ... altars in the side apses are witness to the Ggantijan culture's concern for the dead and the afterlife. Walking through it felt sacred and radiated peacefulness. Seeing very old shards in a museum is one thing; walking through something this old is something else entirely. We were reminded of all of our days at Angkor Wat. (still one of our most amazing memories ever).

    Apparently ...

    The little things

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 30, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... talked, and then Lars fell asleep on the couch. Later that night Nicole and I got the guitars out for a jam session, which meant Lars magically woke up and started playing too. We also watched videos on Youtube called ‘True Facts’ about animals which are so hilarious. Check them out!

    I got really cold that night, and apparently Maltese houses don’t usually have heaters! ‘Malta has 300 days of summer’ – well ...