Harbour Ville Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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After a very quick flight, within an hour we were touching down at Changing Airport Singapore for 13.40. This time unbelievably smooth, luggage came off one of the first and pretty much together, then off to get money from the ATM, no problem and managed to sort a taxi and be on our way within the hour. This normally never goes this smooth, so very …
As we had changed from the Jetstar flight to the QANTAS
direct flight we got to get up at 7am instead of 4.30am. Yeehah!. The drive to
the airport was pretty horrendous, taking nearly 2 hours.
We checked in and got bulkhead seats and ended up with the 4
for both of us. No business upgrade but not complaining. I …
... admiring the view from our rooms and just having an easy start to the day. Around lunchtime we jumped on the hop-on hop-off bus and took one of three routes around the city. We needed to collect our tickets for the Singapore Flyer from Chinatown, so decided that would be the best place to start. The bus is a great way to see the city, and the commentary provides a lot of information and history. Singapore was named Singa Pura, Lion City after a Sumatran ...
... Today in the 7-11, Coke was $2.50 but Coke Zero, Vanilla Coke and Diet or “Light” Coke ranged in price from $2.70 to $2.80 each. 7-up was $2.50 but Sprite was $2.70. All were the same size – just thought that was so weird!
We did find a grocery store in the mall tonight – of course after our 7-11 stop. Though it was in a mall, we still think the prices were probably indicative of Singapore – 2L milk $5.95, Kraft Shredded ...
... and the best transport service ever Back to the GPCH (Grand Park City Hall) and in time for an hour and a half of as much white wine as would fit in ones head and followed by a very strong coffee before heading to the room to finalise this blog and head to bed. Easy day tomorrow - I need it!!! Bugis Street, gift shopping and maybe Clarke Quay / one Fullerton dependant on how we are feeling. Good ...