Pearl View Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... making the most of pool bar etc. We get our own restaurant & can use all their facilities its great but a inconvenience as you have to get the ferry back & forth. Not too worry tomorrow we are off to Cambodia & Vietnam for 4 weeks just before Lyn & Dave arrive. Better get some shut eye before but as it’s been so hard to get good connections trying to ge this away. Take care. Les & Phil
... own bottle of water). Every time she walked past us after that she made sure to give us a stare with murderous eyes, it was quite unnerving. Who knew not ordering a soft drink could put you on someone's death list? We made a hasty retreat after our soup.
Early evening we met up with Daniel and Jonny from the train and a few others staying ...
... back – and probably not worth it in the long run.
Tonight, we had a Road Scholar Private Cocktail Party up on the Lido Deck and then we all went to dinner together down in the Marco Polo Restaurant. These "Private Cocktail Parties" have been a fantastic place to get all the champagne you can stand. We got some good pictures of our fellow travelers at these events, but we’ll share these in a separate post at the ...
... was a bit of turbulence, but the rest of the flight was very smooth. On arrival, we took a bus from the airport to the central bus station and then walked to a hotel ( Hotel Royal), which Elaine had stayed at before and, which she had pre-booked before we left. The hotel is quite large, and we had spectacular views of GeorgeTown from our 15th floor rooms. It gets dark here at about 8pm and light at about 8am. In ...
... less than ten years after that. We learned a great deal. Typically, Korina had to wait around for a bit as Ben invariably takes much longer to navigate museums than she does. However, today he had the excuse that he had had to duck out of the museum for a few minutes mid-visit to take our washing out of the drier. Armenian Street in Georgetown is lined with many handsome heritage buildings. It is also decorated with many murals and other works of ...