Traditional Maltese Farmhouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Holy cow! I was writing a lot of lists these days!
-----I seemed to be vomiting them up at a rate of about one or two lists per story recently. I needed to get them all out of me. I needed to eat the leaves of a poisonous olive tree which the Surma people ate when they wanted to vomit.
-----"Munch, munch, munch." (Eating leaves, eating leaves.)
-----Ooh! I suddenly didn't feel so good. Now, it was time for me to get all of my lists out, at once.
... Cathedral and museum, the Maltese certainly like their silver, it covers everything from statues to religious garbs. Wandered about a bit more and then headed back to the hotel for another shower to find out I've got sunburn and then off to a free doo at the VIP lounge, oh lardy dah. Free drinks and canopes overlooking the beach for and hour or so and then we went to the Apple's Eye bar/restaraunt to watch Bayern Munich vs Man City. Since out trip ...
... at the thought that today is the last one.
During the day the kids put on a concert in the Walt Disney Theatre with Mickey, a stage, performing, with Mickey? It was all Emerson talked about for the rest of the day. Max immersed himself in the Edge, begrudgingly coming out for lunch and that was about it.
At our final dinner is also the eve of our 17th Anniversary so we received a special little dessert and ...
... movements with the girls out working on body beautiful at the local beach with all the locals. Just which greek island do we go to, such a choice, we throw a few around, one we go deeper and look up some accommodation as well. We have a simple criteria - not touristy, in some form of line with Santorini, must have great views, have a pool and breakfast as well. The place that the Don and I have come up with is called Sifnos - no one has heard of ...
... through Mdina and the surrounding town of Rabat. It reminded us very much of a mixture of places in Turkey, Italy and Morocco.
Lamp lit by night and referred to as the Silent City, we had a beautiful day visiting here. Well beyond all the religious stuff, it it just a magical place with a timeless atmosphere. ...