Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie
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Arrived in Kuala Lumpur (Subang Airport) about 9pm. As we had a 24 hour stopover the airfare included a night's accommodations at the Shah Alam Holiday Inn plus two way transfers. We discovered on arriving at the hotel that our package also supplied a welcome drink, breakfast and lunch the following day. I suppose the whole thing was …
... and one I will remember!
This morning we had a look at some shops and then spent the afternoon in the pool, it was very relaxing and just what we all needed after some very busy days!
Dinner was at the hotel tonight - it was an all you can eat buffet for $20/person - it had over 65 dishes we could choose from and they cooked it fresh and bought it to the table - we are all soooo full as a result!
Tomorrow we head to Phuket - cocktails! :)
... check up, i ended up taking 2 weeks course of antibiotics. that means no drinking - fairly painful mostly cause i felt like i was restricted and that was annoying... however, that helped my healthy regime. so this was my routine (which was very similar to KL3 apart from yoga): get up with Viv, have shower with him, see him off, tidy up, run Chinese laundry if needed, make healthy brunch and coffee whilst watching The Big Bang Theory, do some work on the big computer, then do yoga ...
... but was disappointed to find that they'd filled it with several table-spoonfulls of sugar. Still overall it was pretty healthy.
We visited Masjid Jamek which is apparently the most beautiful mosque in KL. It was certainly very pretty but I wasn't in the vast purple robe I had to wear to go in. It seemed a little over the top as I was wearing full length sleeves and an ankle length skirt but they seemed to give them to every foreigner as ...
... food, which was cheap enough as we ate with the locals at a restaurant opposite one of the cities malls, Times Square, which promoted Christmas in no uncertain terms, it would seem this Muslim Country was quite comfortable embracing the rest of the world. Ladies were covered in Hijabs still but were out and about working and enjoying the city. Non Muslims unrestricted in terms of dress. I had only a sip of Kuala Lumpur but I wanted more, best I wait until ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility