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TravelPod Member ReviewsMy City Hotel Kuala Lumpur
My Hotel is located at the heart of the Sentral station. Affordable and clean rooms, albeit, there are no windows (which i prefer in the hotels i stay in).
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... rumbling we headed to find some authentic Malaysia food and we found Nandos!!! We haven't had a nandos in four months, and Colm's obsession with nandos is like my pizza express obsession! We were excited and we received a much warmer welcome than we would of back home. As you walk in the waiter shouts 'welcome to nandos' and the staff reply back with 'welcome to nandos'. We also didn't have to go up and order which was a pleasant surprise. We both ordered what we would of ...
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... a bit scary, get back to sleep".
Of course I had to wait for the shaking to stop. I felt like I was holding on for dear life. Liza slept on. When we woke an hour later to get the plane the first thing I said to her was "I think we had another earthquake". She didn't comment and probably thought "oh yeah, sure". I thought "oh yeah, sure". I was half awake. It was unreal. And much much more violent than what happened on the beach.
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... and hilly. After walking around with the masses, we saw a sign to a hotel, "afternoon tea" very English. So off we went. You would not believe this hotel/ hospital. Well that is what it looked like. Don't think it has changed since the 50's,the light switches definitely hadn't, they were the old round Bakelite sockets with the toggle switch. But the view from the terrace was spectacular. We had a pot of Japanese tea. More queuing to get back ...
... br> Carrying what looked to be a heavy bag on her back and two very full plastic bags was singing in English about a flower.
I opened the fob coded doors (not sure how she was planning to get in?) and she asked me where I was from and did I know her song?
"Am from England, its far away and takes a very long time on a plane to get there, and no I don't know your song but you sing it very well"
I learn about England at school and I go ...