Four Points By Sheraton Penang
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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The day was spent walking all around George Town. We started with the path to see all the street art. It was incredible and so interesting and fun to look at. Lots of cats, and one that said don't discriminate against dogs! The pictures will tell more than I ever could. We also made it to the clan jetties and walked down one. It ...
... late, and our port time so short, we decided to just limp back to the ship. Sorry to report, we finally just gave up. I was feeling down and very frustrated, but Vikki reminded me: "Now, come on. Of all the places we've visited, we had a less than incredible experience in just two spots - Wellington and here in Penang." She's right - I simply wanted it ALL to be stellar. These guys should have checked with us and ...
... way too hot to sunbathe and not be able to go in the pool so I had a nap inside with the air con instead. My bed even had a duvet instead of a sheet, it's crazy how such little things can make you so happy whilst travelling! You realise how much you take for granted! My day wasn't very for filling, I picked up my washing which is another exciting time for a traveller as everything seems to get disgusting so quickly ...
... of George Town, almost like a treasure hunt of all our arty vintage dreams hiding up every secret alley. This made for a purrfect day of exploring the area, looking out for both wall paintings by a Lithuanian artist called Ernest Zacharevic and welded iron caricatures that blend humour and historical facts about the city.
Our day started with a wander along a road famous with backpackers called Love Lane. Whilst bumbling along we ...
It feels good, so good to be here, with my dearest friend Aryan. I dive in the shower and chuck on my dress to leg it down to meet him. I see him nursing a pint of Guinness and I creep up and squeeze his shoulders. The greeting is warm and friendly and with one look in each others eyes, we know that we are about to have an awesome time. Thankfully he is starving too so he downs his very expensive Guinness and we head to food paradise. Literally - that is the ...