San Pawl Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews San Pawl Hotel St. Paul's Bay
Travel Blogs from St. Paul's Bay
... We follow the road around the outside of the city wall nod get back I time to see Rickie before she goes to work. We venture back to the ferry stop for dinner and select the restuarant on the waters level. Most of the tables are reserved but we get a table inside. I have the air con blowing right on my back and even thou we ask it is not turned down. We manage to move tables without the cold blast. I think the combination of being in ...
... the IBA. The hotel wasn't great, but we were able to go out onto the roof terrace at night, play games and have a few drinks. I learnt a few new ones including Arschloch and Mäxle also known as Mäxchen. I'm not a big fan of poker so it is good to have some alternatives.
On Saturday there was just enough time ...
... especially since we hadn't had any food so far. Ferry over was 25 min, amazingly windy and cold - we ended up driving to Qala and parked the car by a viewing point to go to a bar nearby for food and wi-fi access since D had no info on the b&b aside from the name. Ordered margherita pizza which was covered in dry oregano but nice and crispy; great vie of Comino from our table. One bacon, cat ...
... The village was called the Dbelgi Craft Village. We had several long conversation with the owner of the hand made lace shop. He was especially excited that we were Americans, which he doesn’t see very often. He explained that lace is a dying art on Gozo and many shops are selling lace from China. He has 29 older women making lace for him and just a few years before there were over 120 in his employment.
Well it was getting dark and we needed to get back to the ...
... it was 3 floors. I managed to get what we needed but it did take three visits back and forth from the supermarket that day! The nice thing about the supermarket was the air conditioning and the TVs playing the football highlights! The first few days were spent getting used to our new home, adjusting to the climate and finding our way around Malta on the public transport. (Katie getting used to the unreliable bus timetable and the full buses). The third day ...