Marina Bay Inn & Suites
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A ****** night sleep was had by all. When we finally got up, we headed down to the hotels little breakfast nook, which was adequate. At 10am we were to be picked up for our private 4 hour tour with Dan. He arrived on time and we were seated comfortably in his van. The tour started out driving through Chinatown. Then over Bay Bridge (looks very similar to Golden Gate Bridge but not red. Oh and it also collapsed during 1986's big earthquake) to ...
... You sit down quickly and quietly so as not to disturb others and you settle in to watch the film, thinking you've only missed a couple of minutes. When the film ends after an hour instead of the programmed two you start to realise something might be wrong. On your way out, you ask a member of staff what the time is only to discover his answer is one hour ahead of the time you thought it was! What?!!! You check your cinema ticket stub and notice that it's time stamped and you ...
... days later, we again drove over the Bay Bridge, returned to the consulate and easily picked up our passports and visas.
We now drove to the Vietnamese Consulate. Instead of the large and separate Chinese Consulate, that of Vietnam is a small office and waiting room in a building filled with medical offices. There was no Security. We were behind a man, evidently from a visa service (one can avoid going to the consulates by paying a fee of about $100.00 for each visa to a service). ...
... and was purely amazed at the abundance of choices we have….10 different kinds of toilet paper all different cushions, colors, and smells. Why do we need so many choices?
I ask the women how she is at the check out counter, every time she’s "good" yet
I ask “how are you really”? I’m ok she responds. All customer service based being
our blanket to our true emotions and responsive thoughts. Europeans are often
defined as being ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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