Traditional Maltese Farmhouse
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and roads were again challenging, Once we found the historical sights we realized that it was during the mid afternoon siesta and we only saw one or two people outside. Our reindeer antlers are being a hit with many children in cars passing by us. As this was Christmas eve both were not open to visitors.
We examined the old wind mill and drove around the small village of Xaghra. Leaving this town we returned in the direction of Rabal toward the Cittadella and after ...
... bar/ restaurant . Vincent, check this out. Stadsvillasonsbeek.nl.
So after a dip in the Mediterranean sea we headed back to the pool. After rinsing off all the sand and salt we jumped in the pool. Dave headed for water aerobics. I continued my virtual exercise with my fellow beach chair lounge potatoes. Apparently Dave won a prize in the pool and came home with a bottle of water. Man, in Jamaica he got a bottle of rum punch!
So time to clean up . ...
... monument similar 2 stone henge but much larger and about 5000 bc.
We rode the local buses which at times was terrifying! Visited the old capital of Mdina n Rabat. Hard work in 35 deg. Also went to the cave n catecombs that st paul took refuge in after being ship wrecked here in 60 ad. He was on his way to Rome to stand trial for crimes against rome.
There is a luxury ...
... a bad sting but enough for her to call it a day on the swimming and for us to start the trek back to the car for a bit more sightseeing.
On the way back to our place we stopped at ‘Crystal Cave’ to look at the view. The ancient cave is closed off due to the ceiling caving in, but we’d been told the views were amazing from that spot. They didn’t disappoint! We chatted with a man doing a promo on Gozo for Sky TV ...
... to help preserve our environment. Their headquarters sat atop a green cliff overlooking the sea.
-----Below this cliff to the north, Golden Bay and its sandy beach provided tourists with another place where they could relax near a turquoise sea. Golden Bay was also the location of the large and synthetic Radisson Hotel, which looked out of place in this nature. It glowed at night so that no one could see the stars.
-----Tuffieha. Peace Grove. ...