St. George Park

Address: St. julian's, Saint Julian's, Island of Malta, Stj10, Malta | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St. julian's, Saint Julian's, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Portomaso Marina, Cresta Dive Centre, and Trig Santa Rita Steps.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Julian's

Meeting the Charlotte Louise

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 22, 2014

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... a present and card. We found her celebrating at Good Thaimes with Shaun and Eva.

Around this time I found out that Gabriel had recently purchased a ship. It was a 100 year old English Oak ship called the Charlotte Louise, with a colourful history, from pirates, to the navy, to luxury cruises. She’d sunk under mysterious circumstances around 7 years earlier, and the wreck had been sitting underwater in the Marsa Harbour since that time. ...

Unpronounceable bays

A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Feb 08, 2014

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... to be. Bit creative and cut through long grass while others braved it and waded through the thick mud. Still my favourite place in Malta the rock that sticks out in between the two bays. It's breathtaking. What makes it even more special is the minerals in the water make it turquoise, and the waves follow each other in perfect lines, like wrinkles. From here we headed north (towards Gozo) ...

Happy Halloween!

A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Oct 31, 2013

... following the stories and events of the crossing between North African, Malta and Italy. The film stars Tom Hanks and is part shot in Malta. Tomorrow my Dad arrives in Malta for a night, so looking forward to spending some time with him. Next week I have classes ...

Waxing a Bit Schmaltza

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Oct 05, 2013

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... me of Native American pueblos. However, they were always dominated by a disproportionately huge Baroque-style church towering over the smaller cities and dotting the horizon. And there were a lot of these Catholic churches everywhere you turned. There are also some relatively well-preserved prehistoric temples and buildings, i.e. from over 3,000 B.C. One, the underground hypogeum required booking about a month in ...

Temple Time

A travel blog entry by n.wilson.photog on May 18, 2013

... rocks for at least an hour. We also saw some areas that were still visibly affected by the bombings in World War 2. We started getting fairly hungry, so we ended up walking back to the hotel and met up with some of the group and headed out to eat pizza at a place named after the owner's dog. My vegetarian pizza was really good and was almost a comfort food that reminded me of home. Finally some well needed sleep!