No. 8, St. Monica Street, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
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Wow! Malta

A travel blog entry by petkatravels


... and figurines have been found as well.
We continued to the Blue Grotto but were disappointed at what you could see from the spot, although the cliff was impressive.
W e had a better view of the Blue Grotto from the cliffs at the "temples". It was windy by then and that along with the siesta meant the boats into the cave were not operating. We wished we had thought of this and we would have stopped at the awesome Dingli ...

A day in the capital

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony


... there was a little sandy beach. To say it took a while to get into the sea or that it was a little cold is an understatement. I was glad to get back to the apartment to have a warm shower and Anthony was much better when he had removed all of the sand from in between his toes! Roly wasn't feeling 100% and decided to stay in and relax while us girls (and Anthony) headed out towards St Julian's Bay for some food. Ate at a place called Paul's Sea ...


A travel blog entry by sallyb42


Had a fun afternoon in Valletta. Went to do a tour of the theatre, it was closed for lighting checks, went for a drink in The Pub, where Oliver Reed used to drink (and died), the road was closed for carnival so we couldn't get there. Did meet up with Sal and Gordon and saw all the carnival floats and costumes, it was great. Tiring day though, check out the ...

Go Libya!

A travel blog entry by wander-ful


What a difference a day makes. As if nothing had happened, the sun came along and gave us with a clear, hot day. We took the bus to Silema to I for a walk along the bay. The sea was very foamy as it came towards the shore. It look liked boiling milk as it rested on the rocks before drawing back. Not sure what produces that effect, but ...

The City of Knights

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


... have to break my head to understand what was written! As much as I love the Arabic language, I suck at reading and I admit that is what I loved the most out of the Maltese language. It was easy, you just wrote it like you spoke it. And it was a familiar Arabic, nothing classical or formal. And it was connected with beautiful Italian, one of my favourite languages to soften its Semitic roots. The most common Italian you would hear in sentences were ...


This hotel, located on No. 8, St. Monica Street, Valletta, is near St. John's Co-Cathedral, Mdina Old City, Manoel Theatre, and Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding