Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard Singapore
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... day, which (of course) put western fast food to deep shame. Arriving at Arab street we saw so many shops selling amazingly beautiful fabrics, and a beautiful Mosque dominating the area. It was time to find the metro! So we headed there and got off at City Hall. There were beautiful gardens along the river, and they were very peaceful, the opposite of what we were in earlier that day with the busyness of the city. Then we arrived at Merlion Park and statue! ...
... it does. We then drove a further 4-5km within the complex until we found the correct area, adjacent to Terminal 3. Brian started to drive into the car park building, but then got totally stuck because the card-reader at the boom gate refused to recognise the card he'd been given. Traffic was building up behind him, with other people also wanting to drop their rentals off, and everyone was getting impatient. Eventually, we managed to attract ...
Singapore - what an amazing and very clean city. We are staying in a hotel on turn 9 of the F1 street circuit & though the race isn't until 21 September preparations are in full swing. I requested a room overlooking the track and we were given a room on the 27th floor which as well as seeing the track gives us amazing views of the harbour which looked fabulous when lit up at night. Off we went with Simon leading the way to the F1 pit building & we were ...
... with room stay - little luxuries that go a long way to remebering any hostel or hotel.
The hotel next door to Hangout @ Mt Emily were hosting a day wedding during our stay and we were serended to sleep each night with faint Van Morrison and Michael Buble tunes. Tranquil and serene, like Singapore city itself. A far cry from the madness and hustle and bustle in Malaysia.
EAT: Seah Street Deli is located just by the ...
... Hercules (wouldn't recommend unless you're a boy 15 and under and I HATED the way women were portrayed grrr) and then that evening saw Jersey Boys, which I would recommend. Great songs and a fun film.
On Sunday I went for a very early breakfast picnic at the Botanic Gardens. We left the house at 6.30am! It was like going to the airport. It rained for much of the morning, and we ate (and then I napped) on the symphony stage. We were also treated to an impromptu ...