Wardija Hilltop Village
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Wardija Hilltop Village
TripAdvisor Reviews Wardija Hilltop Village
Travel Blogs from Wardija
... 11 pm.
The trip to Mosta was about 10 minutes long, Mosta was very nicely decorated and the cathedral was a huge circular church. There was a wonderful pre-mass program of 50-60 children acting out the Christmas story, all in Maltese, and it was really hard to follow. This language has no connection to Italian (as we were told) and must have been more in line with Arabic. Mass was also in Maltese but not as hard to follow. The Christmas carols were in English, wow what ...
... I no longer get squeemish about the gore and darkness of some of this work. I kinda get it. The story is clear and well depicted. We then toured the Royal Armory and royal palace. Beautiful building more like English churches and castles than the Italian / roman structures we saw.
So we continued back to our shuttle. We stopped at Wembley's store to buy a bottle or 2 of Carrivageo white wine. Cornelius, we will take a pic of the label. I also bought a fresh baguette and ...
... had a little phone looking device that was called an audio guide. We used this to tell us many interesting facts about the Colosseum. It also highlighted the fact that this structure is made mostly out of a series of arches. The next day we went to see the paintings in the Sistine Chapel. It was quite spectacular and I found it difficult to understand all of the stories about the people painted on the walls. That day was nearly a ...
... barrokka gardens where you get a stunning view of the grand harbour. From there we walked towards the centre which I assume was the old town area. It was really nice but hard to get excited when we were so tired. We got a milkshake to boost our energy levels before doing a bit more walking. We decided to head back to the hostel for a nap before going out to find a festa that night. While we were waiting for the bus we could hear what sounded ...
... yet in such a big car on such tiny roads… and the car wasn’t an easy one to handle. She did fine, we went to the shop & grabbed some bread & salad for lunch.
Another swim and a couple of hours of rest was in order then before we headed out to dinner.
Dinner was a fantastic event! We went to ‘Ta Frenc ‘ the restaurant on the road from Victoria to Marsalforn, owned by Lino our farmhouse owner. ...