Hotel 81 - Hollywood
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... our luggage so we unpacked and organised ourselves before going to the Golden Lion pub where Allan had a Guinness and I had a Singapore Sling for $5.80 and believe me it was every bit as good as the one we had in Singapore for $35! We did a little exploring before returning to our stateroom to change for dinner in the Britannia restaurant which is our assigned restaurant.
Our allocated table is with an older English ...
... br> because of the high humidity, 94%, one would rather go by subway. In the morning
it is mostly cloudy and the sun doesn’t get through the haze until 11am. Then
by 4pm you better make sure you are in a well-protected area. In our case, we
tried to be back at our hotel room because most likely a bad thunderstorm was
brewing. It sounded terrible and it poured. I guess it’s because of all the
high rises… it echoes off ...
... Hawker centre, we bussed over to Orchard Road. This was a long street filled with a new shopping mall on each block. Each one would illuminate in different ways and all had unique architecture. You could see in some of the older buildings, some European influence. We ended up taking another bus to Clark's Quay to have some drinks. This area was like an entertainment district. It had live music in so many bars, right by the river front, ...
... all the bikes to go the same way. All their brakes are so rusty and squeaky, that they can't really stop themselves from crashing into people around corners and things. I don't know why they just didn't say "one way", but there it is… lies.… A lot of times, I'd have to walk way out of my way because I'd think that I was walking the wrong way, when I was really just walking against bike traffic. Ugh. Lame.
... chinese calligraphy and lanterns for a while and explored the many food courts and streets. The food courts are mad - tens of stalls all selling similar things whilst tens of Singaporeans sit and eat in between them. How any of them make any money I have no idea! Underneath one of the courts was a food market - we sloshed through some puddles and then realised they were fish juice...or perhaps frog juice?! There ...