Fragrance Hotel - Ruby
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The flight took off early. No delays or mishaps, thankfully. The seats are cramped, which I expected, but are not entirely uncomfortable. The hand rests have light and call bell buttons on a very inconvenient location. My elbow kept setting it off. Food and drinks are grossly overpriced, but that is hardly unique. Minor turbulence throughout but generally a pleasant and blissfully uneventful flight.
... community mindedness, food and culture. The tour really enhanced our visit to Singapore. We learned things that only the locals can tell you. Tony is a fantastic ambassador for Singapore. He is excited to share what he knows about the country and never tires of answering questions et al. We are so incredibly happy to have found this tour/hostel. Ed writes about the aquarium, I will post some photos as soon as I can:) ...
... the smell of every spice known to man and an absolute riot of different coloured buildings, clothes, and shops. A real chaotic mix but a great place to just walk around.
After hanging out there for a while we made a pit stop back to the hotel and then hopped on the bus again to go to Boat Quay which is on the Singapore River and is a trendy place to eat. As something different we ate Italian but we could have had ...
... line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">When we were booking this trip I asked Wills to book a hotel. The reason this was the first and last hotel Wills was asked to book was due to the fact he was dismissed from the task after failing to follow instructions. I said, book mid range with good reviews. He heard, book what you like spare no expense.
... to a quick walk through Chinatown - Larry warned us about clever pickpockets and suggested we leave valuables on the locked bus; which most of us did. (We saw some shady characters eyeing us as we walked by, but nothing untoward happened to any of us) The walk ended at an extensive artisan market, where we had an hour to shop and browse -- lots of interesting stuff and, given how little time we have left on our trip, we forced ourselves to buy a momento of our travels. ...