Soleado Guest House

Address: 15, Ghar Id-Dud Street, Sliema, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 15, Ghar Id-Dud Street, Sliema, is near Casa Rocca Piccola, Manoel Theatre, Portomaso Marina, and Cresta Dive Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Sliema

      Maltesers

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Jun 25, 2014

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      ... lighter, it wasn't easy at all, but being such an old building there would be no way they could install a lift. Our accommodation is in Sliema which is an area across directly from Malta's capital Valetta, which we can see. As we flew into the island you could see how small it is, it's sort of a blend of Croatia, Italy and Greece!! Hard to say as we have only been ...

      Spoilt rotten in Malta

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 19, 2014

      ... br> Later I also met Liz's interesting and mysterious friend Gabriel, a Sicilian sailor, who invited me to a party on Tuesday in Marsaxlokk. The celebration was going to be for him moving the Charlotte Louise shipwreck…but more on that in a later blog…

      It also happened to be Shaun’s birthday, so we all sang to him loudly. What an eventful night! ...

      History and wonder

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 21, 2014

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      ... very interesting and sobering. From 1940-1942, the air forces and navies of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany tried to gain control of Malta, which was guarded by the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy. Malta was important to both sides because of its strategic position in the Mediterranean between Europe and Africa. British air and sea forces based on the island attacked Axis ships transporting supplies/reinforcements. The Axis then tried to starve Malta into submission, ...

      The City of Knights

      A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi on Oct 13, 2013

      27 photos

      ... I was able to understand more or less 40% of what the Maltese were saying. It was magic, I can’t explain what was going on in my brain when I would hear Maltese: I was simply in a linguistic heaven.

      The cobblestone roads were nice and enduring for centuries which were slippery when wet. And some parts were quite a workout walking up and down, especially after the center of the city. The streets were so narrow, you would wonder how some ...

      Day six in Malta!!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by cari.howarter on May 21, 2013

      Today was absolutely a blast. This was the day we visited the blue lagoon and when I say blue I mean clear blue water forever. We went straight to the boat this morning and I was ecstatic to find that our boat wasn't just a normal boring your boat but it looked like a small pirate ship I thought. It was called Fernandez II. We took her around the island up to between Comino and Malta and Gozo to the blue lagoon which is on the tip of Comino. It ...