Quality Hotel Singapore
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We finish with a coffee and pastry in one of the Raffles coffee shops and then home for a rest before we head out for a walk along Orchard Road to get our bearings. It doesn't take long before we are covered in perspiration and need to head back to the unit.
The next day some other friends of Helen & Noel's arrive and we all head out to a nice restaurant for dinner.
The following day we are booked into the 6* hotel on ...
... put up for it so we crossed the street (passing H&M) to take a picture with it. We thought that we could just keep walking down and cross the street. We were wrong. We had to walk all the way back (it felt far) to cross the street to get back to the hotel. Also, the humidity killed. As we were walking back I felt my arm stinging like I was getting as shot. I look down and there was this gross bug that looked like a bee on my shirt. ...
... University, was a small, busy cafe where we had the local delicacy of toast with eggs. Breaking the eggs, whisking with pepper and some thing like soy sauce, and you had the perfect Asian alternative to egg soldiers! A coffee/hot chocolate as well set us on our way toward Little India for lunch. We've been to a very exciting Chinatown in KL, and equally impressive Little India in Georgetown, so both had a lot to live up to. Chinatown in KL will still be hard ...
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The last portion of the Marina Bay Sands, the floating pavilions, were
finally opened to the public when the two tenants, Louis Vuitton and
Pangaea Club, opened on 18 and 22 September 2011 respectively.
... cab driver recommended to us. There we sat under the skyscraper buildings in what looks like a huge cook-out. When we sat down we had 4 different people approach us - 2 men from different food stands, 1 beer lady & a man selling hand wipes. We were very confused at first since we had just ordered Satay from the first man, so we told the 2nd man that we had already ordered. Then we realized that every table around us ate many different dishes family-style, so ...