No. 8, St. Monica Street, Valletta, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
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Forts, Cameras, and Waiters

A travel blog entry by andbrown


... and down a street that led to a massive fountain. Passed the fountain, we walked along a beautiful garden located in the middle of a boulevard for several blocks. The garden had many different plants and statues and fountains scattered through it. The last section was full of cats and then we saw the "cat cafe" which was a feeding station and shelters for the cats. That certainly explains the cat population. We returned to the massive fountain and explored another older street lined ...

The City of Knights

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


... I had many workshops scheduled there. Some mornings, I felt like I was commuting from Châteauguay-Montréal during rush hour, the traffic is so bad between Swieqi and Valletta. Malta needs an alternate public transit, a metro would be grandiose since a Medieval city wasn’t necessarily built for buses. If you reserve a bus lane, you just lost half of your lanes! Everyone has a car because they can’t rely on the buses, which causes horrible traffic ...

Valletta, Malta

A travel blog entry by peteranderica


... hot and we slowly strolled back to the ship. After lunch we both had a swim and sought the shade for a while and about 4pm, just to make sure that Valletta know that we were about to depart, the ship gave a number of very loud blasts on its siren and shortly afterwards eased away from the quayside and passed the old buildings of the city and out to sea. We had bought a bottle of Rose wine, made in Malta, and before dinner we opened the wine ...

Malta - Valetta

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers


... to see the many British icons around.....red telephone boxes , red post boxes with the royal emblem removed.

Malta most famous for the Knights of St John ( Knights of the Templar - crusaders) and their crusade to fight in the medieval times against he barbarians, Turks and the Arabs for the Christian world.

Very small island around 20 miles in width.....everyone has at least one car....so traffic is busy ...

Malta Now

A travel blog entry by filshie


... numbers and pillaged the place to fund his invasion in Europe. The French were next in 1800 but the Maltese had had enough and kicked them out siding with the British Empire.

This history is all important because of what happened next in WW2. As if they hadn't had enough challenges in the past, now they were a focus of bombing raids and shipping blockades. There were over 5000 bombing raids and all the locals could do is hide in the tunnels and catacombs. There ...


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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