How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a lesson in how to do it properly. I hadn't realised it could be so complicated. We try to hang the clothes on the inflatable hangers that Issy brought with us, but they are too heavy. The plugs keeps popping out, and the clothes fall back into the bath. I start to think that this isn't quite as much fun as the past few days have been. We need to do some gift shopping so we decide to catch the bus to Sliema. As we walk out of the hotel, I nearly get ...
I woke up on Sunday morning still bloated after eating a large Chinese buffet the night before. There is a popular place in Mannheim with a reasonably large selection and even a chef that does a Mongolian style grill. So by the time you go around and try one of everything, then you are pretty well stuffed. It is a good thing that ice-cream will melt and fill up all the remaining gaps in your stomach. I’m usually not a big fan of buffets because ...
... the city in Malta are very narrow and each has a little sunroom/balcony at the front which look beautiful. Some are open and they hang their washing from lines outside, and some are like bay window boxes and painted different colours. We saw some beautiful churches on the drive through the city too, as found out that most country churches have two clocks on them so as to confuse the devil. Our first stop ...
Today we found the bus terminal and hopped a bus to Mdina and Rabat. Mdina, was the old capital of Malta. Mdina is a medieval walled town situated on a hill in the centre of the island. We walked around the streets inside the wall. There are a few shops and restaurants inside. Mdina & Valletta glass are popular stores in there. Rabat is a village just outside Mdina, Malta. The name of the village is derived from the Arabic word for ...
... riding. She met the ‘Local Legend’ a horse named ‘Sugar’ owned by an English lady who’d lived here over 25 years. ‘Sugar’ had never raced, but at 25 years of age was presented with a wreath for ‘Services to the Community’… Lynda had some stories to tell when we got home. She’d also found out about the Festa this evening, the food stalls, church ceremony and procession… and the ...