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Tewmi's sunny bedroom no2

5.0(4 reviews)SuperhostMarsaskala, Malta
Private room in apartment hosted by Leslie
2 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 shared bath
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the place is situated in the centre of mscala.it is close to all facilities, like supermarkets, bus stops, pharmacy, bars and restaurant. it is only 3 minutes walk from the sea front. the place is also bright and airy

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
2 single beds

Amenities

Kitchen
Dedicated workspace
Hangers
Washer
Iron
Essentials
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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5.0 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews

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Marsaskala, Malta

Hosted by Leslie

Joined in September 2017
  • 138 Reviews
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I describe my self as a very friendly and sociable person. Underneath here you will find different times of the year to visit MALTA: April through June is deemed to be the best time to visit Malta. Being less crowded, April and May bring a stunning beach season. This is also a perfect time for bright Maltese village feasts. July through September is considered to be most humid and touristic season. Malta becomes an unforgettable hiking place as it gets greener in autumn months. You'll never regret visiting this island in late autumn, because it's another spring with enjoyable sailing and kayaking. In February you can take part in Carnival or even surf. Winter in malta is not that cold and rainy that you cannot go around and have fun Malta At Christmas is transformed Into a Living Village, of Religious Traditions and Folklore. Christmas is a time for giving and receiving. Here too Christmas in Malta is one of the most important events of the year. It effects all that we do and in everything we do. The Maltese people are very religious and the religious aspect of Christmas is given a lot of importance. It is why that it has many religious traditions and folklore going back for centuries. The Maltese are very religious and the birth of Christ is an important part of our life. During the last 40 to 50 years Christmas has taken a new direction. It has become as time passes by very commercialized and the true beauty of Christmas has diminished. But still many families try to bring the spirit of Christmas amongst themselves. It is a period where a lot of preparations start early. They mainly involve decorations of houses, schools, offices, shops, restaurants, hotels, all that which forms part of our daily life. People get involved in organising activities, meals, get togethers, church functions, charitable collections and most of all shopping. It is the feast or the occasion of loving, giving, a time of presents and getting together. It is time where families meet up at their own homes together with relatives and friends, even though Christmas is a family get together. With the active participation of many, Nativity scenes, displays of cribs, carol services and other events are organised in each locality. Many exhibitions of cribs all over Malta and Gozo, from mechanical ones to live cribs as that at Ghajnsielem in Gozo attract many people and also the tradition live crib in Lija set up in the old village through narrow winding streets. Theatrical occasions are famous especially pantos held at three different theatres and with extraordinary attendance for many shows during December and January. In fact the cast start rehearsals from October. Now a days in Malta there are also a percentage of people coming from other countries which have different beliefs and who celebrate Christmas in different ways and for which the Maltese have always been very respectful and loving about this.
I describe my self as a very friendly and sociable person. Underneath here you will find different times of the year to visit MALTA: April through June is deemed to be the best tim…
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House rules
Check-in: Flexible
Checkout: 1:00 PM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Long term stays (28 days or more) are allowed
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Learn more
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