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Once we were on the plane, the nerves had really set in, as I said before I'm not a great flyer. The plane was only 2/3rds full so between the two of us we had all 3 seats. ✈️ The food on the plane was lovely, for dinner i had an assorted seafood cocktail with a bread roll & butter, gaeng phed Kai (Thai style red chicken curry with green beans vegetables and rice) with a side of ...
... and went upstairs to the Long Bar. It seems really strange architecture considering what has been built around it and we had a real good look around. From there we headed up to "Little India" and found the tube station. After we'd sorted out how to get tickets we went down to Orc************ on Orchard road which is apparently THE road for shops :-( we walked down there, Maureen found a pair of shoes! We walked back down to the next tube station and took the tube down to the harbour ...
... A very rich man one night visited the former #1 restaurant in the world in Spain. Before the evening was out, he hired all of the staff ( cooks, waitresses, busboys et al) to move to Singapore and open a new restaurant on the waterfront called Catalunya! Nadine and I had an absolutely fabulous time there. This restaurant has 3 of the most famous new cocktails in the world ( Stairway to Heaven, Flamenco Martini and the Jack Sparrow Mojito)! For those of you who like ...
... buildings have been turned into a supermarket and eating centre, and all the special occasion dishes appeared, including Peking duck, its entrance at the table preceded by a banging of gongs!
The next morning we had lovely papaya with lime juice for breakfast ( counteract all that rich food at the dinner last night) and went for a wander around a shopping centre in Clementi where I was able to buy a replacement suitcase for ...
... ve got it? Ok nostalgic moment over-of course they have relish this is Orchard Road. Shoppers paradise- it's even worse than West Edmonton Mall. It's Singapore's version of Avenue des Champs Elysees except you never need to go outside. Each mall/store has multiple above and below ground levels. I think you could spend years just wandering around this area without ever feeling the sun on your skin. All of the shopping centres ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center