Soleado Guest House

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, Portomaso Marina, Manoel Theatre, and Cresta Dive Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Sliema

    Mid-week holiday!

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Mar 19, 2014

    ... After frantically jumping on a bus ourselves, we arrived at Dingli, home of the epic cliffs and the highest point in Malta. We had a picnic overlooking the cliffs and farmland. We walked along the cliffs for around a mile before turning left down to Buskett gardens. The grounds were full of families with young children, awkwardly parked cars and groves of lemon and orange ...

    Philosophy, eye contact and death yoga

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... straight past you. So I guess it was a social experiment. I found that it either made me/the other person feel very vulnerable, or made us both smile. A fine line!

    Back in my ‘flower room’, I wrote some blogs and created an Australia Day event on Facebook. I’m so excited to celebrate Australia Day and the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown with friends abroad! My mum is sending a care package with Australian themed food ...

    1784. Maltese vs. Moroccan Arabic

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... really want to hold on to that.

    Morocco, on the other hand, is a fairly large country which is in no danger of being absorbed by any other country. Moroccans are quite secure in their distinctive identity and can shrug it off and say "what do we really need our language for?" Also there's the religious factor. Since Classical Arabic is the official language of the Islamic faith, Perhaps Muslim Moroccans tend to have a self-depreciating attitude about ...

    Day 9: Free Day

    A travel blog entry by emily.waggoner1 on May 22, 2013

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    ... by the yelling that I missed our bus stop, and we had to get off on the next one and walk quite a ways back to our destination. The Domus Romana was a very cool museum packed full of information about everything to do with the Roman rule in Malta. There were lots of surviving artifacts like jewelry and pottery, as well as some classical Roman busts and statuary. The most famous of the objects featured there are definitely the ...

    Wednesday, May 22: Free Day

    A travel blog entry by wanlessmd on May 22, 2013

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    Weather: Dust storm, gale like winds.

    We have a terrible dust storm. There is a light layer of brown silt on everything. It has blown over from Tunisia! Visibility is less than 1000 meters at times.

    Gary and I took ...