Sliema Marina Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... near the water. Louis says they all cost over a million Euros and are all owned by foreigners. There seem to be lots of fancy and expensive looking boats as well. Louis says there is virtually no unemployment, and some restaurants can't open as much as they want to because they can't find enough staff. He says lots of European students come here to learn English. I wonder why they don't go to England. Our hotel is on the waterfront right next ...
... was right unless you were less than 5 feet tall! We went to Marsaxlokk, a fishing village, where all the fishing boats were brightly painted. We then moved on to the Blue Grotto a marvellous cave like area where the water is turquoise in colour. We then went to the Dingli Cliffs which is the highest point on the island. A wonderful view from there. There seems to be a lot of agriculture here ...
... Mass was over just after 1 am, we found the bus and taken back to the resort. The bus was full, about a 12 passenger bus, and all the other passengers were brits on holiday.
Road trip to Gozo via the ferry at Cirkewwa
Today we started the day by walking up to a small street café on the street called Dolmen, near the Trolees supermarket and had a baguette with cheese and a beverage for breakfast. Today the plans is to drive northwest and cross over to the ...
... to the Three Cities, mainly to Vittoriosa, the middle of the three. We started off by the marina where many impressive boats were moored, and made our way down to Fort St Angelo. This was undergoing extensive repairs so we couldn't go inside, but it looked impressive enough from the outside! We then walked back down the waterfront on the other side of peninsula, and then went into the town square where we found a little restaurant to get ...
... day caught the local bus, which took us literally all through the countryside, to the bottom of the island, for us to climb the rocks and see the blue grotto! Whilst it took best part of the day it gave us some insight into the Maltese countryside which was good. Also brought us along a different route which showed us an area called St Julian's which has some of the really upmarket penthouses etc, couldn't take photos ...