Romantica Xlendi Gardens
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... very rustic, certainly a different league from what we have gotten used to with our evening meals. Oh yea by the way when I say we had a choice for our main meal, although there was a choice offered everybody received chicken! The wine tasted a cross between battery acid and vinager. Our guide appeared shouting above the noise of the dinners, by now at least six other tours had arrived and the room was heaving, "have you had your pudding yet, if so you have to go to ...
... side of the island. Needless to say, we all enjoyed our morning. We enjoyed a speedy tour of Gozo that afternoon. Highlights included the natural rock formation known as the Azure Window at Dwejra. I wasn’t allowed to go anywhere near the edge as the strong winds would have surely blown me away!
There were more beautiful churches, including one with the largest dome (supposedly the third largest unsupported dome in the world), The ...
... means so much to them. We made it home for a little rest before meeting up with Marie and Eric in Valletta for dinner, it was delicious, the boys had rabbit, the local delicacy, Marie had see bass and I had a fabulous Salmon filled ravioli in a lobster bisque, all accompanied by a local Medina Shiraz. We asked the taxi driver if his name was Farrugia, his superstitious and shocked reply was 'how did you know ...
... was pretty cool. Later on we found out it was a practice run for the 50th anniversary of Mata's Independence from Britain which is this weekend so now looking for an event to go to.
Even though my dad didn't make his breakfast he still got up at silly o'clock for a shower to watch the news. Compared to yesterday we had a lie in for an extra hour and skipped the breakfast in the hotel for a coffee at the Apple's Eye. When we got back ...
... the highest point of the city walls, and offers a clear view over the Grand Harbour and the old towns of Senglea and Vittoriosa, as well as over the shipyard. We strolled through the hot streets ready for the refreshingly cool air of the ship. We enjoyed the views as we sailed away from Malta through the Grand Harbour (glad there were no floating bodies or cannonball heads flying around). ...
Other places to stay in Xlendi
Xlendi Bay, Xlendi | 4 star hotelfrom $69
St. Simon Street, Xlendi | 2 star hotelfrom $52
Xlendi Promenade, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $76
- Terrific Hotel
- Dirty and Expensive
- Good Value for Money
Triq it-Torri, Xlendi | Hotelfrom $45
Kofu Station, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $59