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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... so lucky we have one) while I asked someone more helpful about the internet. I ran off across the airport hall, down to the next level to find the help desk who gave me the password and I ran back. We had to just pick a date and I got back in the queue which was massive while Pete struggled to work the ****** intermittent Wi-Fi and try to book us a flight. I got to the front of the queue just as Pete joined me and when we checked in with a different lady we weren't even asked!!! I ...
After quite a late night, we didn't set an alarm (for a change!) and had a nice lie in. We set off for walkabout after having a couple of cuppas and set off in the direction of the cricket ground. We walked along the riverside where there are lots of monuments to look at and read the information. Learning lots but due to age, I probably won't retain it for long! Kent was disappointed with ...
... and perfectly set tables. A pretty woman plays 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' on the harp beside the table we were at at. It's the sort of place where you have 4 sets of cutlery and wouldn't dare put your elbows on the table and wouldn't dare ask for Heinz ketchup. Forget Betty's tearoom in Harrogate, the clotted cream is probably created fresh from the prized cow into a white gold bucket and the tea brewed with water untouched by human hands. ...
... at Mosque Street called 'The Porcelain Hotel' was a beautiful designed building with porcelain concept. This hotel has a short history about porcelain where our tour guide explained it to us while on the way to the hotel. Porcelain was originated from China and it existed since the Shang Dynasty. The design of the building was remarkable and it was really eye catching.
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... are 2 workshops which you should really consider joining.
The first one walks you through the batik-painting process. These beautiful fabrics (left) need not be bought. Join one of the workshops and make your own!
The second workshop is anchored my amiable gentleman called Mr Iskandar Jalil. He is positively Singapore's most talented potter, and definitely one of the most famous in South-east Asia. Mr Iskandar Jalil shows visitors one of his ...