Broadway Hotel Singapore
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I really like how they treat there customers very well and I enjoyed the food and everything.
It was amazing.
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... that I admit I arrived with a mild but preconceived disdain for the place. The 15-hour-long shuttle-ferry boat-bus-taxi journey from Tioman Island didn’t help matters either. I imagine the two Swedish girls who never emerged from Singapore customs and subsequently got left behind by our tourist bus likely weren’t feeling too friendly towards the city-state either, when and if they ever did make it out. I hope they’re ok.
... Food and Offerings were laid out in the streets and around the temple.
The two of us then went to the Gardens by the Bay where we spent a !ovely afternoon wandering around the two cool domes. Both are spectacular in their own ways but we most enjoyed the Cloud Forest with mists and waterfalls. We stayed at the gardens for dinner and then watched the light show from under the supertrees celebrating 50 years of Singapore as a Republic as such the performance was VERY ...
... of Hershey cookies to share to get energy to shop. We went back to amelie's aunt's place with our bags full of shopping, to find that amelie's grandmother cooked her favorite soup for her: old cucumber soup, a vegetable only found in south east Asia and not to be mistaken with the regular cucumber which can be found in Europe. The old cucumber is brown and bigger than the regular cucmber and they are different ...
Day 3 in Singapore - rudely awoken by a thunderstorm this morning then followed by the rain lashing against the windows. Breakfast comprised of an omelette and cherry plum tomatoes, little did I know that the tomatoes were with chilli flakes -Jane found delight in watching me as the realisation took place. Spoke with Mrs Fong today about the flights to Bali which was a waste of time as she knew nothing about the volcano playing up. Back on ...
... little frayed as we headed back.
So a nice drive in the country before arriving at the Raffles and being greeted by the doormen in their Safari Suits. We had a look around, admiring the beautiful old architecture and rejecting the expensive and dull menu.
We had driven past the Chjimes building earlier in the day. It was just up the road and we walked there hoping there would be something to satisfy everyone. The Chjimes is an old convent, beautifully restored ...