How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Hotel Nova
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nova Kuala Lumpur
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... back in to sungei wang looking for a magnetic bracelet for hubby. He had the bio flow and it eventually perished as it was rubber.
The metal ones are $300 plus.
He swears they work for him.
as he wears business shirt and trousers for work, I want him to have a metal one and I had seen a couple of weeks ago here that Michael was wearing one. Yes you can get them here he said, couldn't remember where though.
We found them and ...
Intellect? After booking the flight we had this conversation.
"It's got the same population as Russia."
"Oh **** off, that can't be right."
"143 million vs 143.5 million"
"Where's Jakarta then?"
"Really? I thought it was in Indonesia?"
"Java is in Indonesia."
Super travellers, that's us.
Indonesia is big. 250 million and a land mass that takes in two ...
... added bodyweight and dimension, and yet again the problem of port accessibility is undoubtedly a tricky. Buy cheap Griffin Survivor iPhone 6 Plus Case online. - INCIPIO SILICRYLIC. Protection is obtaining a difficult plastic exterior cover in addition to a tender silicone interior cover. The only real flaw would be the awful LED flash interaction that has brought on photographs to emerge washed out. - situation mate ...
Waking up on my first full day in Kuala Lumpur I knew what the plan for today was already, I was heading off onto the KL Hop on Hop off bus, which is a similar concept to the one I did in LA last year. I purchased my ticket from my hotel (saving a whole 1RM, wow) and headed off to the bus stop which wasn't too far from my hotel. Waiting at the bus stop I met a lady from New Zealand living and working in Singapore in Malaysia for a holiday. We got to chatting for a while as ...
... were cheeky little characters and kept jumping up for more. It was a great experience.
After we got back to the minibus and was taken to a seafood restaurant, we were both slightly dubious and we drove down a bumpy lane that lead to shacks. The tour guide sat us down and we were told to wait to be served..one by one dishes came out. Rice, prawns, crab, veg and something in sweet and sour sauce! ...