This Wednesday night was the night of the official opening of the new Hugo’s terrace. However the place was “unofficially” open since last Friday, so I had enough time to spend few days and hours at the bar, to be impressed enough and to fell in love with the atmosphere to write this review about it.
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14th February just lights up in your calendar, marked with red numbers every year. This date triggers so many different emotions in people, but let me share my personal thoughts about the Maltese Valentine’s Day.
I’m back with some more pictures from Red Tower, Mellieha. About the description and the history of the place you can read in the previous post here. This article is dedicated to the view from the rocks, as again I felt those pictures deserve a separate article.
The roof of St. Agatha tower opens a window to very beautiful and marvelous views over Mellieha Bay and over the Straits of Comino all the way to Gozo.
Hastings Gardens is located on the West of Valletta. The garden is offering a very nice, very beautiful view to several places opposite of peninsula of Valletta: Floriana, Manoel island, Msida Creek, Sliema and a little bit of Saint Julians as well.
The garden is a very attractive park set on the bastions of Valletta and the legend says it took only 4 hours to build. Near the entrance there is a monument of Marquis of Hastings placed by the Hastings family in honor of Francis, who was a governor of Malta.
I have decided to continue with spreading love; after all we are just recovering from last week Valentine’s. Hopefully all the couples in love continue loving each other the same way as they did it on the 14th. What I will write about today is the loveliest, sweetest and nicest spot in Malta, definitely my No.1 favorite: the LOVE sign.
Unfortunately I don’t have many facts to say about it. The LOVE sign is a statue on Spinola Bay, in the middle of Saint Julians, which was built by the local artist, architect: Richard England.