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Travel Blogs from Sliema
... intense, so strong that I couldn't walk in a straight line and was actually forced into the door of a shop were I broke a little glass trinket (which I had to pay for). Once dirt and dust started to become mixed in with the wind, I decided to call it a day and head back to the safety of the hotel before I broke anything else. There I relaxed for a few hours before heading out for dinner and a few drinks at our little pub down the street.
... in a church--St. Paul's, I believe, and were given permission to enter and a semi-guided tour by the man in charge of the cleaning volunteers. He was so sweet. It's quite beautiful as are most we've visited. We were also introduced to the Secretary of the Parish who seemed quite pleased with our ...
... independence (1964) was the British and the most noticeable influence left behind is that English is one of the official languages. People also drive on the left hand side of the road (something I had to get use to whenever I crossed the road). Malta is today a thriving country that is part of the European Union and the Eurozone. I was very excited to find out more about this country and finally be here.
For our first day ...
... and due to the high level of tourism in the country, English was almost the language of choice (although it's officially second to Maltese) - making it easy after the previous three weeks struggle of Italian and, more recently, the Sicilian dialect. Saturday morning we went to Mgarr - the village that Sharlie's dadgrew up in - and had a quick look around the town. First stop was the Ta' Hagrat Temples, dating from around 3600 to 3200 BC. I may be showing ...
... sunset while drinking crispy white wine and eating a selection of seafood delights at the well recommended Munchies. The manager was extremely pleasant and even told us how to make Mqaret – small packages of sweet pastry filled with a dates and figs that are then deep fried....no wonder we all liked them :)
A trip to Malta is not complete without a day trip out to the Blue Lagoon. Situated on the Maltese Island of Comino it is a short ...
Other places to stay in Sliema
124, Tower Road, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $81
- Wonderful Holiday
- Nice for the price
- Well Recomended
Tigne Seafront, Sliema | 5 star hotelfrom $117
- No no no
- Simply the best
Sir Adrian Dingli Street, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $66
- Nice island, shame about the hotel
- Very disappointing
- Run on a shoestring and needs a total refurbishing
High Street, Sliema | 5 star hotelfrom $98
Graham Street, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $54
- OK, you get what you pay for.
- Not a 4 star hotel at all!
- A mixed bag
Gorg Borg Olivier St, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $83
- Excellent Hotel
- Not as good as expected
- An excellent 4 star hotel
173, Tower Road, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $47
Hughes Hallet Street, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $42
- Building Work
- You get what you pay for
- Hated the Plevna
Windsor Terrance, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $43
- Kein 4 Sterne Hotel
- Not 4 Star
- If your out all day, and night then its perfect!!
Rudolph St, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $51
- Small but pleasant hotel
- Better than the review led me to believe!
- Pictures not worth a 1,000 words
138 Tower Road, Sliema | 2 star hotelfrom $24
Tigne Sea Front, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $29
117 Tower Rd, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $24
Tower Road, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $35
Matthew Pulis St, Sliema | 4 star hotelfrom $77
76 Cathedral Street, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Ghar il-Lenbi Street, Sliema | 2 star hotelfrom $27
248 Tower Rd, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $31
- Not so good....
- A friendly hotel.
Triq Gorg Borg Olivier, Sliema | Hotelfrom $123
127 Tower Road, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $51
59, The Strand Sliema, Sliema | 3 star hotelfrom $50