Bella Vista Farmhouses
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... currently undergoing restoration) which sits on top of the highest point and overlooks the surrounding countryside. On to Dwejra to see the Azure Window. A smaller but no less impressive version of (port Campbell's) London Bridge before it fell down. There was also an inland sea. Bounded by huge cliffs on the sea side and a beach it can only be accessed through a cave in the cliffs. As the swell was getting too big too go out Paul and I went on the last trip for the ...
... shuttle ,late which stopped so many times we could have taken the local bus faster and cheaper. However, we arrived back to City Gate in Valletta where we were for fireworks in daylight. Stopped to buy some chicken pastries and a cannoli. I'm over tiramisu. This one was large with pastry cream rolled in nuts. Cannoli itself was more pastry like than crisp. Tasty. But the best was the chicken in fabulous puff pastry, only .40 euros.
On to the St Johns Co ...
... once but no, at the other end there was no one there to pick us up! So frustrating as tonight was our last night in Malta and we were wasting time sitting at the ferry terminal. Eventually a man came over with a piece of paper and showed us to a bus which was our ride home. That bus had already been sitting there for the whole time we had been there so was so annoying. When we got on the bus we just kept waiting and waiting. The people on the top level must've been ...
... so claustrophobic and stuffy. The Maltese spent over 2000 hours in the shelters over a period of 2-3 years. There were so many shelters that it was like a maze to see all of them. They sheltered in fear and distress. They chipped away some Catacombs to make the shelters. There were a lot of Catacombs aswell. People were very small in the 12-1600’s. Malta is amazing but our Maltese trip ends here. By for now, from ...
... ran aground. Napoleon Bonaparte only lasted 7 days, Samuel Taylor Coleridge less than a year and Oliver Reed...well, he died here, The Pub (great name for a pub, dontchafink?) where he called last drinks has the bar stool he keeled over in set up in a corner as a kind of shrine. He was making Gladiator at the time. Other than these fly by nighters a lot of people have come and stayed and the city of ...