Wardija Hilltop Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... one coast to the other. We missed the aqueduct, you can see a human made structure is not usually easy to get to due to the road system,
We followed several narrow roads, passed a police car going in the opposite direction and came upon a small village area with some Gozoian artisans making traditional lace, glass and pottery. The village was called the Dbelgi Craft Village. We had several long conversation with the owner of the hand made lace shop. He was especially ...
... t too problematic. Dave ordered the Maltese special of minced beef and vegetables rolled inside thinly sliced beef. It was covered in a similar tomato gravy. Both meals came with an overload of French fries. I think America has forgotten that French fries are made of potatoes! These are so delicious. And addictive. The Maltese eat hearty. We can't finish our meals.
There was a guitarist entertaining the group when we left. He played a pretty ...
After a shopping spree to the market where we had to wait 4 our fish as had not arrived from the boat.
Went to the national museum of archeology. 4 a little islandit was amazing with a farming history dating 5200 bc.
Set off our self walking malta experience tour. Guide had difficulty finding the start!,
Walked through gardens, saw the water polo pool, the headquarters of the order of st. ...
... sample so many of the interesting dishes available. The table was set beautifully, the dinner mouth-watering. Between us we tried the Lobster & Prawn Bisque; Ajotta (fish soup); Rabbit Liver Ravioli in Rabbit Broth; Rabbit boned with traditional cooking; Flambe Seafood Pasta and Piglet cooked 3 ways. We finished it all off with Triple Choc Mousse and a Souffle. Lynda’s Flambe pasta was cooked on a little trolley beside the table… ...
... We began to learn more about the history of Malta whilst in Valetta, particularly in relation to Malta’s involvement in the World War II.
We made the trip by public bus to Mdina a city in the centre of the island. This was a very historical part of the island and whilst there we partook in a Medieval Festival seeing dancers, performers and sampling traditional produce. There is a lot of ...