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... shuttle ,late which stopped so many times we could have taken the local bus faster and cheaper. However, we arrived back to City Gate in Valletta where we were for fireworks in daylight. Stopped to buy some chicken pastries and a cannoli. I'm over tiramisu. This one was large with pastry cream rolled in nuts. Cannoli itself was more pastry like than crisp. Tasty. But the best was the chicken in fabulous puff pastry, only .40 euros.
On to the St Johns Co ...
... of Valetta and Mdina. Our guide Victoria gave us a good historical description of both cities and of the island.
In Valetta, we visited the State Palace and St John’s Cathedral. The former is now occupied by the current Maltese Parliament (although new buildings are almost complete to shift them from this historic location).
St John’s Cathedral is well up there with the most richly decorated and appointed churches we ...
... smokers with no respect for the environment at all. Mary used her empty coffee cup to collect the butts around our space and we practiced our disapproving glares at those near us using the rocks as their ashtray – in such a beautiful area it seemed such a pity that they were polluting both the fresh air near us and the ground around. Unfortunately, Aussie stares are not enough deterrent for seasoned European smokers! We also watched with intrigue when the ...
The breakfast buffet was very comprehensive. It was cold and overcast when we set off around 9.30. The bus stop is at the entrance to the hotel and a bus was waiting there so we didn't have to wait at all. It was good that we are at the beginning of the route as everyone was out and about on Sunday morning and it wasn't long before people were not able to be picked up. We caught the bus to Valetta, the main town and it ...
... off a poorly made wall) and had lunch in Cafe Du Brazil. While we waited for our colourful ravioli to arrive, we filled a survey out about our 'Vittoriosa experience’, handed to us by a man on the street. Vittoriosa is a walled maritime city, which is very beautiful and has some lovely colourful gardens and winding streets.
We listened to information about the small picturesque village of Marsaxlokk as we drove through it on our way to the ...