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Three Days in the sun - Malta in Fall 2005
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-03 03:12:20 (via www.mouseandbear.info)
Trip report and 70+ pictures of a three day trip to the beautiful and warm island of Malta.
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Submitted by Tinkerbell1705 on 2007-08-30 06:07:58
malta is indeed quite hot but at that time of year it starts to cool down. it is true that malta lacks the colour green since there are way too many building sites and obviously highly populated. St.Julians and Paceville are the centre of nightlife in malta but there are other places like Marsascala down in the south of malta or Bugibba a bit more to the northern side. i suggest that you should definitely visit the neolithic temples of hagar qim. these temples are the oldest buildings in the world and they are worth a visit. mdina is also worth a visit especially those who love history since it used the be the capital city until 1585. while you're there stop at fontanella for their reknowned and incredibly delicious chocolate cake and for some nice views of malta. valletta is a mix of shops and museums to visit...worth a visit as well and you can never leave malta until you visited the other islands...gozo and comino. Comino is best visited in the summer months especially if you want to swim in the cool aquamarine sea in Blue Lagoon. hope this was useful :)
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