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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
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... was fairly tasty !! In the local places not so much English spoken so we just pointed to what everyone else was having !!!!!
We visited a British fort lots of museums and there was so much to see. The British army had a base at the top of penang hill 800m above sea level and the officers were carried up there by Indians in sedan chairs, wouldn't have fancied that was very steep we got the funicular railway up which was hairaising in itself although ...
... had retained so much of its colourful past. Apparently a lot of the big houses scattered about the highlands had been a blissful retreat away from the cities on the plains,and of course before the advent of air-conditioning,it was nice to get somewhere cooler and quieter,then some person realised that it was a marvellous place for growing tea,and so some plantations were started,one or two remaining to this day,Boh tea being one of them,which is really quite delicious,but I have ...
We met the cutest girl, she likes Egypt and she's a marketing extradonaire, she made me buy shorts that i didnt really wanna buy and she was cute so so cute and chubby. She is 10 years old and in grade 4. What a firecracker, i wish her and her family the ...
... and there were some awesome old cars outside).
Following the advice of our hotel's owner, we got the bus out to Penang National Park, and did the 3km trek through rainforest and up and down hills to Monkey Beach (after my previous experience with monkeys, I was a little apprehensive, but there were only a few monkeys and they were nice), where we swam in strangest sea ever. We then shared a boat round ...
... discouraged. There is still chivalry, or perhaps. a respect for seniors in public transportation. Seats have been offered to Tony and me when buses were full.
As an Occupational Therapist, I am also sensitive to accessibility for seniors and for the disabled. I feel Malaysia is making an effort to be more accessible but it has a long way to go. Buildings have lifts and ramps but they have way too many steps and hazards inside the building ...