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Travel Blogs from Mellieha
... window, gestured to the back of the car and said, “I don’t suppose you want to hop in, do you?”
There were two others in the car, and I jumped in, leaving great puddles of water wherever I sat or put my feet. They generously drove me to the bus stop, where I sploshed my way onto a bus and went home to drive off. I ended up taking my pants off, turning the oven up full blast and opening the door, hoping to dry them somewhat.
... a ghost town (excepting of course, the presence of all the Bobs and Margarets). What’s funny is that Mdina is quite a quaint little town from the inside, but when I passed it this morning in the half-light as the sun rose and the major buildings were illuminated by floodlights, it looked quite imposing perched there on the hillside. I suppose appearances can be deceiving.
After deciding that we’d probably seen every nook and cranny that Mdina ...
... several feet into the air. I thought S was going to be swept out to sea at one point, as he felt the need to get as close as possible to the giant waves in order to photograph them. I stood further back and felt the spray on my face and the wind in my hair, feeling for all the world like a dog hanging out of the window of a moving car. When we arrived, we took one look at each other and just shook our heads, repeating, "this is awesome" over and ...
... journey when he swallowed hard and looked over at me, wide-eyed. "Taryn," he whispered. "I don't feel good...we need to get off this bus NOW." Fearing that this would be a repeat episode not only of breakfast but of every other barfing Slav that I've had to endure on public transport, I scooted out quickly and made sure he followed. As the bus drove off, we realized that we were standing in the middle of nowhere, in the dark, at 5:15 in the ...
... sites and great company. Malta youimpressed and I can say I will definitely be returning some day in the near future.
Sadly I am back in Edinburgh heading home on the airport bus. The weather is **** and now after having taken three vacations in the last month and a half I am thinking September might be my expiration here in Edinburgh. By then I think I will have got what I needed from thia place and possibly feel satisfied enough to move on to my next destination.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Pergola Club Hotel & Spa Mellieha
Abbiamo avuto la sfortuna di alloggiare all'Hotel Pergola. La prima camera che ci hanno assegnato era in pessime condizioni. Ci siamo lamentati con il responsabile di turno e il giorno dopo ci hanno proposto un'altra camera. Quest'ultima non veniva pulita ogni giorno, ma ci fornivano quasi sempre asciugamani puliti. Siamo rimasti davvero sorpresi dal vederci chiedere di pagare gli "extra": le dotazioni per preparare il caffè in camera, un telecomando e una vecchia cassaforte. Abbiamo dovuto tenere le finestre aperte perché gli scarichi del bagno emettevano pessimi odori.
Good hotel for the money. Depending on where you look, they are listed as a 3 ½ or 4 star hotel. I'd give them a solid 3 stars. We chose this hotel over others in the area because they have an indoor heated pool.
After much searching on the Internet myself and a friend decided we liked the look of THE SOLANA HOTEL in Mellieha MALTA. The hotel was shown with a busy bar and cafe area, two years old and looked just what we wanted. We booked a twin room and turned up a few days later.
The term "value for money" explains it all really.
I am Maltese. In December i decided to take my family for a relaxing weekend break at the Pergola Hotel in the lovely village of Mellieha. I had seen the advert on the local paper and the attractive rate made me choose it.
This holiday was the worst ever. I have reduced the list of problems as there were so many. My advice is if you go to the Pergola, make sure you get a good room above the large pool side bar facing the village or looking over over the small pool and also not next to a ventilation shaft.
After recently staying at the Solana Hotel, I again visited Malta and opted for the Pergola Club Hotel which is another 4 star Hotel owned by the same company as the Solana.
Well, where to start? Lovely location in a charming small town in Malta.and the staff are helpful in a reserved Maltese way. However ... the room I was in is dreadful (no 20 along with a couple of others I saw) and the food dreary to the point of boredom from day one. Stodgy, same (despite the themed titles each night), unimaginative and sometimes wierd (eg Chicken Ceasar Salad with cucumber, tomatoes, green peppers, no parmesan and mayonnaise for the dressing). Pizzas were inedible due to the thick cardboard crust and the salads were miserable, tasteless and predictable each day. Insipid breakfast and large bowls of cereals out everyday despite hardly anyone being there and stale cereal. Cakes at dinner came out night after night too..
My sister & I stayed at The Pergola Club Hotel from the 7thOct 2006 for 1 week with a walking group from HF holidays & were dissappointed with the allocation of our rooms. For a start we did not have adjoining rooms in spite of our 'group leader' phoning ahead to request this & my room was far superior to my sisters which seemed unfair when we had paid the same rate for the holiday. The food was absolutely disgusting the worst I have ever experienced during the many places I have visited over the years. There were plaques on the walls for awards that the hotel had received in previous years - what a pity we hadn't visited during that time is all I can say. We definately won't be going back!