We were invited to go upstairs to see Frank’s living area, which was filled with beautiful antique Maltese furniture made from Maltese hard woods, such as olive wood, and some of it inlaid with ebony. There are few trees today in Malta. He showed us a scimitar and a knife in an ornate sheath that was used in Jewish circumcision ceremonies. This knife was worn out in one particular spot. It does make you shiver a little. Finally, we ended up in our apartment with a lovely view over the chimney tops of Valletta and part of the busy harbour.
We returned to Valletta by bus, and found a lovely little Italian bistro, where we had salad and fabulous rabbit ravioli for dinner. A perfect ending to a very long day.