After our walk, we went to The Malta Experience, a perfect intro for tourists to the island. It's a 45-minute film about Malta's thousands of years of history, shown in a real theatre located underground. So it's dark, and it's cool because it's underground, and you get to sit in a comfy chair, so honestly I fell asleep for most of it. But husband said it was very interesting. So whether you watch it or get a great nap, it's worth a visit. Included in your ticket is also a tour of La Sacra Infermeria, The Holy Infirmary, across the street. A hospital tour sounds kind of terrible, right? But no I actually found this quite fascinating. The hospital of St. John was revolutionary in many ways in its time, like the 16th century. The upper floor was for society men, and the ward was the longest in Europe. A floor below, a hall of the same length was for all the poor people. Well, poor men. Women weren't allowed in the entire place. Otherwise they would have tainted the medicine with their wimmin voodoo.