Sliema Marina Hotel
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... that people could be happy living under any tolerable weather conditions. But, it was essential to have access to nature.
-----Good food was important. A strong emphasis on leisure activities. A community that extended beyond one's family. Buildings that were artistic and/or in harmony with nature. A stress-free and environmentally friendly means of transportation.
-----Freedom. Safety. Freedom in love. Harmonious gender relations.
-----Dignity in ...
... and ended up in Rabat to do the catacombs and war tunnels.
The catacombs were all interconnected, underground Roman cemeteries which were in use up to the 4th century AD!!
It was actually incredibly eery, the catacombs were like one big creepy maze. In some you could see the imprints of the skulls. They were small and narrow we had to stoop considerably to ...
... likely had other plans or jobs for the day, it was frustrating. Fortunately, the cars cleared quickly and we managed to squeeze onto the ferry – last I think!
The ferry left the shore very shortly after boarding, giving us just enough time to clamber upstairs for a view. Just as quickly as we left we seemed to dock in Gozo! Less than 20 mins. We headed back down to the car area, only to find that the cars had already unloaded and we were being ushered out and up! ...
... Middle East medinas, there's no souk as it is not an Arab medina and only the rich live in this walled town. We were told that homes/palaces never appear on the open market - they are passed down (inherited) or sold amongst themselves (ie the existing Mdina inhabitants). You can tell how rich an owner is by the size of their door knocker - the bigger the knocker, the richer the owner. Mdina is also referred to the Silent City because it is ...
Today we spent the day in St.Paul's Bay...another great day weather-wise.
The rocky islands off the coast are traditionally known as one of the possible sites where the ship carrying St. Paul on a journey from Jerusalem to Rome ran aground during a wild storm in 60 AD. (The Bible, Acts: chapters 27-28).
There is also a ...