18oct18-- A third Kiosk is in operation. Windy and stormy the last couple days. EnJoy EnJoy
only two of the kiosks in use at the moment, the two at the far side are a taxi booking office and a tourist information office .
The Webcam at St.Georges square offline due ti internal renovation of works
I'm still reading the comments Derek05
Missing the camera in St George’s Square Always interesting with one event after another.
Ive noticed a good number of contributors to the Malta cams, have just disappeared, where are you all????
13oct18--3am, The rain washed the lens to perfection. Crisp Clear Compendious. I do EnJoy EnJoy
There has been raging floods over the island today. Plenty lightning till about 8.30 pm. The rain and lightning has stopped now, but more of the same forecast for the weekend.
Wondering the same, Dav. Missing the cam in St Georges Square.
Quite a nice open space - let's hope they don't ruin it with chairs, tables and cluttering like the rest of the island. Just been to Malta, and you can't walk anywhere with all the cluttering on pavements, in every possible road, and on walkways. Seems everywhere you go, they just want your money. Some places like some streets in Valletta during the evening, it was quite charming and suitable, but many other places have been ruined.
What has happened to the camera in St Georges Sq
No , no bars you have to go through the gates only a few kiosks round the fountain
anyone know if there are any bars or cafes round the fountain where you could sit with a bottle of wine and watch the world go by?
5oct18--NOTTE BIANCA 06/oct/2018 19:30 - 23:30. Notte Bianca lights up Valletta with a spectacular celebration that is open to the public free of charge. Festival goers can expect to experience the very best in music, dance, theatre, visual arts, literary events, as well as an exploration into the emerging world of new and digital arts. During Notte Bianca, Valletta’s streets and public spaces are used in innovative, creative ways thanks to a mix of roaming and site-specific projects. State palaces and museums open their doors to delight patrons with visual art exhibitions and theatre performances.Streets and piazzas are transformed into venues for open-air theatrics and concerts, while many cafes and restaurants extend their hours. Every which way you turn, you are bound to stumble upon another festival treat. All of Valletta, from City Gate to Fort St. Elmo, comes alive on Notte Bianca, guaranteeing a memorable night that truly holds something for everyone. < from visitmalta < EnJoy EnJoy