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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... influence from its Northern African neighbour. It is a city with some great architecture and a very lively bar and restaurant scene. We ate very well here, including a great meal of fish, lobster and cous cous in a little local restaurant. The next day was a long drive to Noto via Agrigento with its impressive Greek ruins. In Noto we stayed in a lovely little agriturismo just out of town with friendly and charming staff, and a ...
... not about the money, but the experience. The fact we are free to do whatever we want without having to worry fits in with the whole ethos of the island.
8) Food. Considering the geographic location at the foot of Europe, the tip of Tunisia and west of Greece, you would think the local cuisine would be a fusion of all it's influences, a mix of exciting flavours and bizarre dishes. However, there is one over riding factor. Historically Malta has ...
... God for saving his life in a horrible storm (even though his friend on the same boat had died). Since it was first built, it has been demolished and moved further away from the cliff edge, because I think some of the wall was dropping away! I dared to look over the edge, and was appalled at what I saw! Used candle containers lying in a pile at the bottom! The church must just throw their rubbish over the side of the cliff! Out of sight out of mind?!
... fruits are already loaded in the luggage compartment. No stress, we're waiting for a signature and we’ll eventually get to the airport. Five minutes later, still no signature but we are on our way. After checking in and my luggage being a pound and a half heavier but the girl insisted that I really didn’t
Boarding an Air Malta flight was quite an experience for me. It was the first time I was hearing the Maltese language being spoken. ...
... So that is how Malta began. Not gracefully, that's for sure. Lucky for me, the rest of my island holiday went significantly smoother than the first 24 hours. Malta is an odd little place. In one way, it reminds me of Morocco maybe. The architecture, anyway. And its rich with history. My friends mom gave us (myself and Jose, a couch surfer from Paraguay also staying with Katrina) a little history lesson on the first night I arrived. Apparently it took a ...