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... were taking us up some very large stairs in the railway station. Let's just say we must have burned off enough calories for a week lifting those heavy bags up and down stairs.
Finally we got onto the local Osaka loop and though one of the women had bid us farewell, the other hopped on the train with us. She took us over to the map on the train wall and showed us where she was getting off and where we should get off (just a few stops later). We thanked her ...
... a chance to get even one limb inside. No sooner had we travelled up and the doors opened, the lady in charge watched us exit the lift and then informed us she had made a mistake and there was no room for us.....a double booking and a malfunctioning room or something.
Before we had a chance to go into melt down (remember it is grand prix weekend and there is not a room ...
... F) and much humidity. Just walking around the city was a struggle. But you become accustomed to it after a while.
English is spoken most places so very easy to get around. City is very modern, taxis relatively cheap.
We went to Marina Bay Sands hotel to the 52nd floor observation deck just for the amazing ...
... or medication and this could cause a delay. A delay could be a disastrous as I fly out of Singapore that evening and the next day would be no good. Kate gave me the number of the HSA (Health Sciences Authority in Singapore) but it was 8.30 local time and they were closed. Anyway I've also got the numbers for DHL, the HSA and Customs and I'll be ring them tomorrow.
Meanwhile in the early evening we went to the roof garden ...
... an Australian, Californian and Sth Africa etc. The second dome houses an tall vertical garden which features a waterfall which falls the entire height of the garden. There is also a treetop walkway. In this dome there is a stalactite and stalagmite display as well as many hand carved wooden lions on display. After visiting the gardens we walked (and walked!) into the city and had an Italian dinner after which we walked the remaining distance back to our hotel. ...