The Xara Palace Relais & Chateaux
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... BIRGU -
-----A part of Malta's "Three Cities" neighborhood, this walled town began on a hilltop. Its straight, buttermilk architecture descended towards blue sea, on a curvy urban peninsula. From the hilltop, this peninsula could be seen romancing with a calm marina, stretching to conquer a piece of the main harbor, and gazing across the water at other buttermilk towns.
-----Inside Birgu's depths, narrow alleys turned a mocha color in the shadows. ...
Took the bus to Mdina! Have to admit, the fortress was really cool. You don't see many places like that anymore. It was a network of small roadways and tall walls.You could see for miles at the highest point.
The church was in the centre and could be scene for miles. Horses had to wear special shoes so as not to disturb the people living there. The architecture was really amazing, it must have taken a long time to build. The walls were made out of the same ...
A much later start today than yesterday but still up relatively early to say farewell to Lilian aka Mum who was flying home today. Miriam went with her to the airport so while Roly relaxed with the paper we had a slow start to the day. Decided after a chat to Roly to head over to Mdina & Rabat which was where the ancient capital once was before being moved to Valletta to take advantage of the port.
Another €1.50 day saver each and ...
Wow...the history of Mdina traces back more than 4000 years. Again, because of the Apostle St. Paul Mdina has special significance. It is said that St. Paul resided inside the grotto known as Fuori let Mura in Rabat.
There are very few cars within the walls because the streets are so narrow. We walked for ...
... inbreeding is extremely common). It is a paradise, with great beaches and quiet farms. After visiting we catch ourselves moaning 'awh, back to Malta, I guess', as if a Mediterranean Island was some sort of chore.
7) Cost of living. Despite prices increasing by 50 odd percent, by Northern European standards Malta is still very cheap. We currently pay £315 for 2 double bedrooms, kitchen/living room bathroom and balcony, all of which are very ...