Club Riza Aparthotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Church. This is a majestic building laden with 24 carat gold. The marble floors are representing the tombs of Maltese heroes. The floors are gorgeous. The frescoes are great. Silver chandeliers. But, the highlight is Caravaggio's masterpiece in the Oratory of The Beheading of St John the Baptist. What an incredible painting! Thanks to Cornelius for sharing knowledge of this artist. However, it was easily understood for me. His signature, the only painting he signed, is ...
... anywhere, including the Vatican. This came about from the Knights of Malta who had a hand in the construction. There are 8 individual chapels adjoining the main cathedral which represented the national origin of the knights – Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French etc - each of them trying to outdo the other for opulence and grandeur. They succeeded !
Over 100 Knights have been entombed in the Cathedral, each with richly ...
... smokers with no respect for the environment at all. Mary used her empty coffee cup to collect the butts around our space and we practiced our disapproving glares at those near us using the rocks as their ashtray – in such a beautiful area it seemed such a pity that they were polluting both the fresh air near us and the ground around. Unfortunately, Aussie stares are not enough deterrent for seasoned European smokers! We also watched with intrigue when the ...
... Our room wasn't ready yet, so we jammed our luggage in the timy store area and headed out for a look!
A very windy day... they said they'd had a few but it would improve. We walked down the water's edge, waves crashing on the footpath.
Mary took us to 'Tony's Bar' for lunch, a place she had frequented with her family a few times. ...
... pulling over and taking pictures so must be unique. We got some great shots of the waves crashing against the shore in Silema, before the rain came. A convoy Libyans in cars and a bus drove past, yelling and cheering an hooting their horns. Apparently they had won the African league cup. Their's was the only bus coming however, the rest ...