Palm Court Hotel

Address: Tamar Street, Qawra, Island of Malta, SPB05, Malta | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tamar Street, Qawra, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Rotunda (Church of St. Mary), Cresta Dive Centre, and Ta' Cenc.
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Travel Blogs from Qawra

Cakes and Cliftops

A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Sep 01, 2014

... running to get our connecting bus and not quite sure where we'd be getting off.

First stop was Medina. A small medieval walled town on top of a hill in the center of the Island. A bit like Lucca, Italy with the exception of sunshine rather than rain and houses in the place of shops. Medina was a maze of small, narrow streets flanked by two storey mustard coloured limestone houses. The city wall has been amazingly preserved, same goes for ...

City is a UNESCO world heritage site

A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 15, 2014

14 photos

... the height of summer and they're taking their holidays in London or Dublin. Where there was life there were flags flying, not just Malta flags but all sorts including religious icons. It's my type of city/ town with the historic centre built around a harbour, medieval walls, castle, maybe a church or two, not too much high rise or industry. Hoping it will look good at sunset and later too as we don't leave until midnight. I'm glad I made it ...

Malta - where they know how to spell 'Farrugia'

A travel blog entry by farrugia2europe on Jun 11, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... not glasses!! The little restaurant had its own Maltese mumma looking after us and we tried a great dessert called imquaret - a date filled pastry to round out the meal. The younger waiter was friendly too and we asked him for recommendations - he suggested horse meat... But he said its hard to get.. You have to find an illegal bbq which are often held on farmers plots when they have big cookups.:. Hrmm. We'll see if we stumble upon one.

The next day we strolled to ...

Moving the Charlotte Louise

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 25, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... br>
The aim for the day was to tow the Charlotte Louise 26 kilometres from the Marsa Harbour to Marsaxlokk, and to have her lifted by a crane from the harbour there. It was a huge risk because she might sink again, and was a very gutsy move considering the fact that many people believed it couldn’t be floated, let alone towed 26 kilometres.

This is my account of the day, and our journey on the historically significant, classic and charming ...

The world is sepia

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 31, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Rough winds in the Sahara had gusted reddy-brown sand over to Malta, and it was falling now as muddy rain. The abundance of sandstone buildings seemed to reflect and embellish the already sepia day.

Ippy and I sat inside peering out, and she fondly told me that I'd bought energy and life back into the house, the social scene and themselves. I feel so lucky to have found the Green House and the great people who live here, and that we can bring happiness to one ...