Sea View Hotel
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... It was fabulous. Dave was comfortable at the pool having met many Brits who are regulars here. We decided to go for happy hour at the hotel bar. Drink prices reduced, not early bird dinner. However, the food was good and the view was spectacular. We enjoyed Caravaggio labeled wine. Will check that out tomorrow. We will take a 9:00 shuttle to Valletta in the morning to retrace our steps on Independence day and see Caravaggio's painting.
So this morning we took ...
... HMS Glorious” ?) at maximum range were perhaps the most memorable. The anchor from Ohio is now located at a roundabout near the port.
Strongpoints, forts and dramatic limestone cliffs feature as you enter the harbor. The Captain did a great job performing a 360 degree turn on the ship's axis in the middle of the harbor before docking to point us out to sea for the evening departure.
We were glad we decided to take a guided ...
... we perched up in some of their sunbeds and paddled in their beach area which was a lot more quiet than the blue lagoon which is jam packed with tourists. Overall a fun day out exploring and we are only mildly sunburnt in parts! :) on the walk home we smashed some ricotta pastizzis from a hole in the wall shop.. The best I've had
Just a quiet one tonight before we move hotels down to st Julian's. We'll be exploring the lower parts of malta next and am looking forward to ...
... and pay your 5€ per chair and extra 5€ for an umbrella between two. There’s really no other option… sit on the sharp rugged rocks in the blazing sun or select your space & pay!
As we were early, we chose our places from a wide range and set up camp for the few hours we would spend. The water was inviting but rather chilly so we had a dip and then sat in our space. We people-watched and found it hard not to remark on the ...
... very enjoyable day trip. The island was what i thought Malta would be like. There was some agriculture however the mainstay of the economy is tourism, with lots of apartments and tourist accommodation. The downside is that property is now too expensive for locals to afford to buy their own homes. In the evening we wandered down to a small Italian restaurant. I had a very nice antipasto dish with some tasty salamis and we had a very nice bottle of Maltese Rose ...