TripAdvisor Reviews Patricia Hotel Sliema
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... It was fabulous. Dave was comfortable at the pool having met many Brits who are regulars here. We decided to go for happy hour at the hotel bar. Drink prices reduced, not early bird dinner. However, the food was good and the view was spectacular. We enjoyed Caravaggio labeled wine. Will check that out tomorrow. We will take a 9:00 shuttle to Valletta in the morning to retrace our steps on Independence day and see Caravaggio's painting.
So this morning we took ...
... closing the electronic gate so it banged into his car breaking the gate and damaging his car!!!
So have no idea if insurance will cover this, whether it will be our house insurance or his car insurance!! Very stressful, as I hope this can be fixed ASAP, as I don't like having our front open without the gate. Kieran was also upset as he thought he had a buyer for his car.
Anyway aside from that we had ...
... movements with the girls out working on body beautiful at the local beach with all the locals. Just which greek island do we go to, such a choice, we throw a few around, one we go deeper and look up some accommodation as well. We have a simple criteria - not touristy, in some form of line with Santorini, must have great views, have a pool and breakfast as well. The place that the Don and I have come up with is called Sifnos - no one has heard of ...
... it? Of these 360 churches only 6 or 7 are not dedicated to Mary. They sure love Mary here.
3. The fruit of the prickly pear is a favoured fruit on Malta and they make a liqueur from it.
4. The Maltese language has been influenced by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Italians, French and English.
5. Mdina and Valletta glass differs from Murano glass in that it is thicker glass, doesn't use silver and gold glitter and focuses Mediterranean ...
... as words don’t do it justice. We made it all the way across the ridge from east to west Malta. You could see Golden Bay and the whole North of the island from here. The best view in Malta.
Then we began the chore of heading down the ridge or the North side, which is no cake walk. The rocks are small, volcanic and awkward and it requires a great deal of hopping, skipping, side-stepping and ankle scrapping to navigate. We reach Paradise Bay, a ...
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248 Tower Rd, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $55
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