BAY STREET HOTEL IN MALTA - CLIP ART HOTELS
Bay Street Hotel In Malta
- Bay Street is a street in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the centre of Toronto's financial district and is often used by metonymy to refer to Canada's financial industry just as Wall Street is used in the United States and The City in the United Kingdom.
- Bay Street is a Lower City arterial road in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It starts at Inglewood Drive, just South of Aberdeen Avenue, as a collector road with only two lanes, then eventually becomes a six lane thoroughfare at its peak.
- Bay Street is a hotel and shopping/entertainment complex in St. Julian's, Malta.
- a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
- A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
- A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
- An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
- In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
- (maltese) a native or inhabitant of Malta
- a republic on the island of Malta in the Mediterranean; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1964
- An island country in the central Mediterranean Sea, about 60 miles (100 km) south of Sicily; pop. 398,000; capital, Valletta; official languages, Maltese and English
- a strategically located island to the south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea
My Life...21st Century Mark! 2001-2009
(1) 2001 Camping in Hemsby on my own (2) 2001 - Self-portrait of a 31 year old (3) 2001 - Martin and I at Pride 2001 (4) 2002 - Greenwich, Meridian Line (5) 2002 - Bell end (no not mine lol) Southend Pier (6) 2002 - I wanted an old Daimler for our Joining (7) 2002 - Reg, Kev, Seth, Martin, Me and Jay in our back garden before the Joining Ceremony (8) 2002 - Exchanging vows (9) 2002 - Obligatory wedding cake shot (10) 2002 - The official wedding portrait (11) 2003 - Peace March in London (12( 2003 - Coffee break in Bournemouth (13) 2003 - Hotel balcony on our first trip to Malta (14) 2003 - On the deck of the "Hera" (15) 2004 - Hampton Court Palace (16) 2004 - Self shot in London (17) 2004 - Home patio shot before my late Aunt Carole's 60th Party 18. 2005 - Xlendi Bay, Malta in November 19. 2005 - Hotel room in Malta Hilton 20. 2005 - Republic Street, Valetta in Malta 21. 2006 - Me on my X9 where we lived in Eastbourne 22. 2006 - "White Shadows" scuplture, Sliema, Malta 23. 2006- Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne where we lived 24. 2006 - Onboard the "Hera" on a round Malta cruise 25. 2007 - Festival in Meleiha, Malta 26. 2007 - Marsaxlokk Bay, Malta 27. 2007 -"Hera" cruise, Malta 28. 2008 - And "maelstrom4ever" and me on my Silver Wing at Hampton Court 29. 2008 - Sliema waterfront, Malta, on my first ever holiday abroad on my own 30. 2008 - St. Paul's Bay, Malta 31. 2008 - Anchor Bay, Malta 32. 2008 - Parisio, Palazza, Naxxar, Malta 33. 2009 - Last ever pic of me and And "maelstrom4ever" at Wakehurst Place Gardens 34. 2009 - Me at HM Tower of London
This final montage in the biopic of my life to mark my 40th year covers the turn of the new Century to present day. If the 1990's are to be regarded as my halcyon days then this first decade of the 21st Century will be remembered for some of the best and worst days of my life…ever!
This series of biopic montages is not intended to be a comprehensive autobiography, but I believe it does portray a realistic snapshot of my life through various stages leading inexorably to the point I am at now.
If you believe as I do in a sense of fate then the final chapter in this story has already been written and it is simply a matter of turning the page to fulfil destiny, but you know despite my innate sense of logic and realism, at heart I am forever the optimist so you can be damned sure that chapter won’t be closed until every last paragraph, sentence, letter and word has been read!
In the enduring words of the Great Bard himself, William Shakespeare
“Whats past is prologue!”
All the pics in this montage were taken with either an Olympus, various Fuji Finepix or Samsung S1065 digital cameras, that I've edited mostly with a faded 1960’s effect and resized on Picnik before painstakingly assembling the montage in MS Paint.
Statue of Moses Fenech.
Malta: You’re looking at the bronze statue of Moses Fenech, at St. Paul’s Bay in Paradise Street. Moses was one of the first pioneers that build Malta's tourism industry. The bronze statue it was unveiled on Wednesday, September 27th 2007, by tourism and culture minister Francis Zammit Dimech. The statue, was cast in Italy, and was commissioned by Fenech's children and sculpted by Anton Agius. It will stand at the top of Parades Street as a memento to Moses Fenech's philanthropic works. Moses Fenech, however, is best remembered for the hotels he owned; the Paradise Bay at Cirkewwa and the Golden Sands at Military Bay, which he renamed Golden Bay. Moses was my uncle in which I did spend some time with him and Aunt Stella during the 50s when I was in the Royal Air Force in Malta.
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