Park Lane Aparthotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Anyway in April 1942 a bomb broke thru the roof of the dome with 300 people in prayer. It rolled around the floor and never exploded. They call it the Miracle of Malta. We toured the barracks of the English soldiers in WWII. Metal huts! How they must have sweltered on this incredibly hot island.
Then we visited the Catacombs, the burial grounds from over 2000 years ago. It was pretty creepy. Cremation was and still is illegal. Because this island is all ...
... Phoenicians, Romans, Normans, Arabs, British to name a few and although over 98% are now Roman Catholics, apparently the demographic mix is now 60:40 Arabic:European and the language has significant Arabic features.
Malta as a nation was awarded the George Cross by King George V for their gallantry in WWII and this, along with the Maltese heritage is worn as a badge of pride by the locals. The Knights of Malta feature strongly in the history ...
... part of town and had a waterfront feed of ravioli and crumbed scampi, followed up by a swim in the pool. I took kayla out on a jet ski in the harbour here which was a bit of fun. We tried some more delicacies at dinner with brigioli - pork mince, onions, bacon, egg and cheese wrapped in thin slice of beef. My arteries are still pumping luckily but man it was good. Kayla had a scallop and prawn pasta with squid ink.
There's lots of seafood options here in malta and ...
... Historic Site… there was graffiti from the settlers who found the temple… but no new graffiti. I wondered what people in 200+ years time would make of our graffiti & how they would want to preserve the spray graffiti that litters our laneways??
After a swim at home, for dinner we headed back into Marsalforn to Beppe’s as we had promised Joseph the owner we would do. Amazing food, exceptional service & a great night for us ...
... in the traditional way, then went to a harbour-side restaurant for lunch. We were well looked after with a 3 course lunch with wine and coffee. I had vegetable soup followed by fish, then strawberry ice-cream. After lunch we drove around the coastline passed the salt pans which have been to harvest salt for over 350 years. This system was first developed by the Romans. We then drove to the "Azurre window" a majestic rock formation. We then visited Ta ...