Yellow Doors in Birgu and L’isla , two of Valletta’s “Three Cities”. If you love doors, there are plenty more to see every week at Norm’s Thursday Doors.
The opposite of minimalism is a front garden in Valletta. I rest my case…… Wouldn’t it make a fabulous 10,000 piece jigsaw? To see more OddBalls click here.
Whether it’s the shiny doors of a Grand Palazzo in Mdina or the rusty metal entrance to a workshop in Valletta, a lick of red paint does the trick! For Norm’s Thursday Doors this week I have some more pictures from our recent trip to the Mediterranean island of Malta. I think its quite Read more about Thursday Doors: Red Doors in Valletta and Mdina[…]
More from Malta for this week’s post for Thursday Doors. I’m glad I decided to group my Maltese doors into colours as it’s made me look more closely at pictures I might otherwise have overlooked. In putting this post together for Norm’s Thursday Doors I’ve clicked past all doors which are not blue. Green Doors in Read more about Thursday Doors: Blue Doors in Valletta[…]
The 16th Century fortified city of Valletta has some very steep streets…. …..which can seem even steeper in the middle of the day in the Mediterranean sunshine! Many are too steep and narrow for cars: This one is really wide by 16th century building standards: Most are one-way, for obvious reasons: Read more about Steep Streets in the Fortified City of Valletta.[…]