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... hot and humid. The haze kindly shaded us from the sun so it not burning hot. From there we walked to the waterfront, along to see the Merlion, the Cathedral (sorry but there are no pictures of the Cathedral) Parliament house and then late lunch. We both had a bowl of noodles which were delicious and I had a beer. Just as we going to leave for a river walk the heavens opened and it rained for ...
... heat and humidity. Happy Hour 3-4 pm in this bar – buy one at regular price and get a second of the same for $1 more. (Onboard currency is USD – and a 15% gratuity is automatically added to all drink prices on board – just in case you "forget" to tip !! It is well advertised upfront before you book your cruise so no use complaining and is the same on all cruise lines of this type).
AS new passengers have joined the ship, ...
... main attraction in this zone. In this show, the audience is enlightened on how movies are created and the special effects used to make them realistic.
Sci-Fi city is home to the world's tallest pair of dueling rollercoasters; Battlestar Galactica, Cyclone and Human, which are based on the television series, Battlestar Galactica. These are ideal for thrill seekers who want to get their adrenalin pumping. The Transformers ride, which is ...
It was another early day, August 10th.
The theme of my Singapore trip was: jam-packed with goodness, whether
that was the activities in the day or the food in my belly. I was
having a blast, and it was only day three! That's the great thing
about doing so much in one day: you feel like it was at least two.
Daphne's parents drove us to Ghim Moh
hawker centre and we had a large breakfast. I tried gom moh chwee
kueh, glutinous rice platforms topped ...
... some bargains she says on entering the room. Once show and tell was completed we headed out for a walk and dinner. We made our way down to Clarke Quay, found a short cut some were there in no time.
It was still hot but the place was packed. We spotted our hotel from 2010 - the Novotel across the river. We made our way over and wandered past all the restaurants and bars - heaps ...