Fragrance Hotel - Imperial
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... of the aircraft, people screamed and the smell of vomit floated across the cabin. Hazel burst into tears. My sick bag was at the ready and I came so close but not quite. After about 20 minutes we got through it. Over Alice Springs a few hours later there was more although not as bad. Normality resumed. We watched films. The food was great. The most difficult woman on the flight seemed to be sitting in front of us and kept yelling for ...
... time in the airport bathroom until we boarded the plane. We both did not eat anything today. I was too frightened to eat on the plane, Toby didn't like the meal choices. The count down was on until we would see Stitch! We finally landed, did some shopping in duty free and saw a guy who had been to Africa taken by security in suits upstairs for (what we presume) a ...
Will and I left our apartment at 5.45am, meeting the delightful Mr Liu to take us to the airport. Nanjing airport has recently been extended for the Nanjing Youth Olympics and we were both looking forward to a breakfast in BurgerKing, only to find after we had checked in and gone through security, that all the eateries were on the other side, and we were left with a choice if two very over-priced Chinese restaurants where a cup if coffee ...
... train and it was a little big squishy and full of people. One guy held onto my suitcase because he didn't want to fall over as the train moved. We moved onto a whole bunch of trains then got to the hotel. In the hotel room I have my own bed next to the window. I could fall through if I wanted to and I can control the curtains. We have a doorbell to our room that I can ring too. We have a secret bathroom that you can slide a mirror over the door so no-one can see ...
... day by walking along the streets around Kampong Glam such as Arab Street in which it is well known for a textile haven. Visitors can shop for silk, lace, batik and other materials there where customisation and tailoring are also made available. Besides that, along the other streets there are also abundant shops where visitors can find unique wares that cater to the Muslim community as well as souvenirs selling local wares, accessories and etc.