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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 336 columns, many of which were salvaged from ruined temples and feature fine carved capitals. Like most sites in İstanbul, the cistern has an unusual history. It was originally known as the Basilica Cistern because it lay underneath the Stoa Basilica, one of the great squares on the first hill. Designed to service the Great Palace and surrounding buildings, it was able to store up to 80,000 cu metres of water delivered via 20km of aqueducts from ...
When the ship docked here in Malta there were 360 degree views. Old buildings are surrounded by mountains. This place is old like BCE old. We imagined the Apostle Paul turning up here on his missionary tour and wondered if we were looking at the same buildings,walls roads that he saw?
They explained that when they Quarry out the rock for houses and buildings on the island theyare only allowed 80meters ...
... who were in Malta during the time of the Knights of St John. A major attraction (see pics) is the most famous canvas by Caravaggio, the Beheading of St John the Baptist, which is the only one Caravaggio signed. His signature is in the blood from St John's head. At night, I went to a theater that University theater group put on a wonderful performance of modern dance. Hard to describe since it was also acting out a story which I didn't quite get..There was some dialogue but in Maltese. It was ...
... there. It was most interesting to look at the engravings by Rembrandt, woodcuts and copperplates by Albrecht Durer, archived documents from the Inquisition, a rare coin collection spanning 2000 years and a set of 15 silver and gold statues of the Apostles.
Back outside we walked through more of the tiny streets, and as I stood up after tying my shoelace, found I was standing by the door to “Ange’s Palace” – I am known ...
Alright, I'm going to keep this one short because it is very late so there won't be any photos up tonight either! Today we caught the bus to Mdina and it was amazing. Neither of us ewe prepared for what we found when we saw Mdina. It turns out the township of Mdina is a fortress. I'm not exaggerating here. There is a moat (which is now a garden) and walls and bridge you have to criss to get in. Inside ...