Address: No. 8, St. Monica Street, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 8, St. Monica Street, Valletta, is near Mdina Old City, St. John's Co-Cathedral, Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, and Manoel Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Valletta

Valletta, Malta

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 09, 2014

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... be and had imagined Malta to be a one horse place with a pretty obvious monument. That couldn't be further from reality. Luckily Ang's internet research repeatedly pointed her to a monument call the Siege Bell. It was built in 1992. We didn't know where it was so asked a taxi driver. The driver said its about 7 minutes away by car or 30 minutes on foot. For 25 euros round trip and waiting time at the Siege Bell, Andrew, Ang and Craig took the taxi despite the ...

A harsh country

A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Aug 28, 2014

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We r enjoying malta very much. It is a harsh country. Most buildings r made of sandstone there is little greenery. In the country area a lot of the soil is that white/grey **** earth-how u would grow anything is a mystery. There are a few trees n shrubs with the occasional eucalypt. Much of the lanscape is rough baron n full of large rocks.
Yesterday we visited Hager qim, which is ...

Exploring the island of Malta

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 25, 2014

... we didn't hear him so the bus left. We were fuming!! So we missed out on the whole north route which had places that we really wanted to see on it. The guy didn't even apologise and kept making it our fault. We had to walk away before we lost it with him completely! At least now we had some time to explore Valletta but we were so drained it was hard to find energy. We found a swim spot and cooled off before walked around the coastline to find ...

Exploring Malta

A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jun 30, 2014

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... came to also represent the 8 nationalities knights originated from.

We saw the site of a covered archaeological site, the temple of Hagar Qim (c. 3600 - 3200 BC) stands on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Filfla. Covered to protect the ruins and researchers from the sun. On our way back we also saw the Grand Master’s Palace.

We had been ...

Day spent with the knights.

A travel blog entry by yurgo56 on Jun 12, 2014

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We arrived at about 1.00pm and it was very hot. We didn't know what to expect or for that matter much about Malta full stop. I did know it had a very strong naval history; particularly during the Second World War and that the Knights of Malta were based here. The first impression we got was the high citadel walls that were everywhere and next how dry it was. We decided to stay on board until the late afternoon ...