Hotel Grand Central
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Concierge desk
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... invited us in and introduced us to his girlfriend Phylicia who was sat working at the kitchen table. Here are the things I learnt from them about Singapore: 1. There are four official languages: English, Mandarin, Tamil and Malay. On the tube stops you have your bog standard Roman alphabet, Mandarin characters and the curly wurly Tamil script. Phylicia (a Singaporian) gets annoyed when people comment upon how good her English is as it is her ...
... day without snoozing. Two coffees at Dimubulah Cafe to start with helped, and I headed out to drop my luggage at the airport early, before returning to Dempsey Hill to get to work. I rejoined Louise at day's end in the business lounge at Changi Airport, and as soon as we took off, I reclined my seat flat and slept the final leg of the Lap of Honour.
What an awesome four weeks that will be hard to top, but its a challenge I am willing to accept.
... lumber, a lot of which was individually wrapped in plastic (like so many items for purchase in Japan), as well as a large selection of plumbing, lighting, heating and home "fix it" supplies. They also had a large selection of housewares, storage and organizational items. Eve had to take a picture of the "Women's section" filled with displays of home appliances such as vacuum cleaners (sigh!)
While in the ...
... were so elegant and the costumes were beautiful but we both found one and a half hours a bit too long to sit and watch. This evening the three of us enjoyed an 80s Rock and Roll live concert in the large theatre. It was bright, loud, fast and ...
We arrive in Singapore after a relatively uneventful flight from Brisbane during which I managed to watch 3 movies and excel in the game 'Who wants to be a Millionaire'!
Singapore airport seems to get bigger every time we come here. We have to transfer to another terminal to board our next plane and it takes us a good 20 min to do so. Still it's good to get a little exercise after sitting down for so long on the plane. While ...