The Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Free airport shuttle
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We're off to Singapore. Sun, sweat and heat !
Check in for our Tiger flight and for some reason our fare was 75 percent more than what the website advertised on their 'Super Thursday Special' when we booked it. With that and the conversion rate to AUD a flight went from under $200 to $355. We go to whinge at the counter and of course we're …
Up for our free Singapore tour, courtesy of Quincys all inclusive package.
We're transferred to the double decker bus down by the Singapore Flyer (ferris wheel) and we chuck a lap of the city...ho hum, this is nothing but a hotel and city shopping mall tour. So around we go past all the hotels, some tourist dropoffs and back around past more …
... all metered and most journeys have cost us less than SGD$10. So for the three of us, and with Helen, it has been a most convenient way to get around and reasonably economical. The MRT is cheaper but there is a lot of walking to get to the boarding and exit points and many escalators to navigate.
Last night in Dodge City and on the repack routine tomorrow for an 8pm departure to the airport. The flight leaves at 11:30pm.
... more of a perspective of what I want to do with my life and how to get there. No words can describe the people that I've met along the way and I will be keeping in touch with as many as possible as I continue my journey. It's been an absolute pleasure ...
... tickets for the local water taxis. We'd been advised by one of the hostel workers to specify that we wanted to travel by water taxi as the vendors try to persuade to tourists to pay much higher prices for the river cruises.
Sitting on a nearby bench, a French Canadian girl struck up a conversation with me. She was nearing the end of a one year, seven month expedition and had just arrived in Singapore from Australia. Well, ...