Wardija Hilltop Village

Address: Balut Road, Wardija, Island of Malta, WRD001, Malta | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Balut Road, Wardija, is near Paceville, Marsaxlokk Bay, Spinola Bay, and Rotunda (Church of St. Mary).
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    Hopon hopoff

    A travel blog entry by davidcanham on Aug 08, 2015

    23 photos

    ... still on route!! As time was ticking on we decided not to make anymore stops and just sat back and enjoyed the views and coastline vistas back to Sleima. Fruit smoothly time again, they keep very well in the mini bar!!! Time to shower before going for dinner at the Italian. Lovely staff, very service, starters was gnocchi with tomatoes and basil, then authentic pizza, huge, very huge x 2 but delicioso, too much fir Pat so we were given. Doggy box!!! that's Davids breakfast for tomorrow ...


    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 08, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... Blue Grotto.

    We drive back into Victoria and walk up to the Citadel. This is the ancient fort city on top of the hill. If any invaders ever came, all the people would come here to be protected. The walls are massive, and I don't think invaders would have had much chance.

    It is very hot, so next stop is Ramla Bay where we have a swim. The beach is golden sand and is beautiful. The water is warm; much warmer than it was in Santorini. It ...

    Maltese Dreams

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on May 22, 2015

    17 photos

    ... which means to become German i.e. to adopt all the cultural norms and values of the adopted country and give up your own. In order to figure out if that is possible you have to look at socialisation, which is how a person grows up to function in society. That starts when you are a baby because you learn from your parents, then from your immediate family, then your teacher, preacher, boss or whatever. The whole process takes a good 18 years until you ...

    I arrive in Valletta

    A travel blog entry by helen60 on Apr 21, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... class city and on entering the gate reminded me of Israel. Not so much Jerusalem although it is is a bit like the Jewish quarter there but more like Jaffa. I walked along the Main Street admiring the sights and arrived at St John's Cathedral. I though RC cathedrals didn't charge an entrance fee, well this one does but worth every penny. The Knights of St John were noblemen whose mission was to protect after the pilgrims during the crusades. After the fall ...

    Mdina - the Silent City

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Mar 05, 2015

    35 photos

    ... in): “Horse hooves and wheels to be rubber lined." They really were serious about living up to the name of the “Silent City”!

    Mdina was the former capital of Malta from at least Roman times and is a very attractive walled town; when the knights arrived in 1530 they moved the capital to Birgu (across the water from Valetta) as it was much more easily accessible from their ships, but the aristocracy stayed put. This ...