Laura McKenzie’s visit to Malta is one to remember. A delightful Mediterranean climate, fantastic beaches, and fascinating historic sites only begin to describe the Maltese experience. Few places in the world possess a more exquisite coastline. The HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” filmed portions of the series in Malta’s capital city of Valletta. If every word in the dictionary had a picture beside it, next to the word ‘opulence’ would be a photo of Saint John’s Co-Cathedral. The megalithic temple of Hagar Qim is as old as the Pyramids of Egypt; however, a day-trip over to one of Malta’s two sister islands reveals something even older.
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