Hotel 81 Dickson
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 81 Dickson Singapore
Hotel room has everything you need. Yes it is small, and the shower is in the middle of the bathroom and breakfast is not included, but what do you expect for this price in Singapore. Don't get why people wright bad reviews on this place. Location is great, staff is friendly and helpfull and rooms are comfortable.
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var det dags för Pontus att få sin födelsedagspresent som han fick
i våras. Det var en heldag på Universal Studios i Singapore. Vi
gick upp i tid och åt frukosten på Mc Donald´s. Sen tog vi subway
och skytrain till Universal. Vi var där strax innan dom öppnade,
men det var ändå mycket folk som stod i kö. Vi hade redan …
Eftersom vi inte hade fått det rum vi bokat så fick vi byta rum idag. Frukost ingick inte på detta hotellet, så den intog vi på Mc Donald´s. Sen gick vi en låångpromenad ner till ChinaTown och kollade lite. Vi köpte var sin nyckelring. Sen åt vi lite lunch på samma kedja som vi ätit frukost på. Sen gick vi och gick hela dagen kändes det som. Vi såg …
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