Sliema Marina Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on our wanderings these seem to have a no vacancy sign out the front of most. Our local church in the village where we are staying held their Saturday evening service, which we popped into, and was overflowing. Each local area seem to have a patron saint to which all things revolve, ours tonight is Saint Philip in a town called Zebbug. These events are so important to the community, they run for an entire week and a lot of pride and work and money goes into them. Each ...
... with skeletons and skulls? According to Eyewitness Travel guide, "The entire floor of the church is a sea of multi-coloured marble, where 400 Knights are buried beneath dazzling tombstones. Each is adorned with the coat of arms of its aristocratic occupant, along with symbols reminder onlookers of the inevitability of death."
I took a ride on the Fun Train (trackless train) that takes you around (up and down) Valletta and ...
First day with the 4 year old. Went well. The books the school have are for older kids, but I managed to get hold of some material. He is very sweet and loves me, interrupting the lesson to run round the table to hug me, proving it's pretty useless 'teaching' a four year old. Instead we play games, sing songs and watch Peppa ...
... removing them it gives a sense of timelessness: London has been, is and will always be a bleak, disgusting smog filled city. We also did some creative writing, describing scenes. So rather than teaching her English I'm basically doing an impromptu literature course. Pheebs and I went out for our favourite Indian and discussed a possible trip to ...
Reliable wifi. Yes, this is a modern luxury, but it is so darn handy. I love being able to easily contact friends and family, upload photos and search for information.
Being able to buy the breakfast you want, and relish eating it.
Kindness, from someone who isn’t being paid to be pleasant to you.
Friends, personal jokes and guitars.
Not having to get up in the morning, or to check out of a ...