Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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... Universal is really busy as the school holidays have just started so we invest in the express pass for no queuing and this is the best decision we make all day. Thomas just about big enough to go on the rides we want to go on, all except the rapids where we're lacking a centimetre and these universal guys are regimental, there's no way he's getting on. Every single ride is excellent, possibly ...
Up early and breakfast at China Point Centre. Steamed bread and poached eggs!! Ummmmm. MRT to Harbour Front and cable car to Mount Faber. I shared a cabin with Wonder Woman. We then do the Mt. Faber loop walk in no time. Lovely easy weather. Hot but not too much and not too humid. That will change during the day. We catch the cable car back down to Sentosa and grab a Starbucks at 'Preying Mantis' Cafe, where I am not ...
... down to a art form. If you did not purchase a full meal ahead of time you get nothing - no water, no nothing! I felt like it was a Seinfeld Soup Nazi Episode overtime someone asked. "No water for you!!, No food for you! You Not pay yesterday, no food of you!" It was comical! I think it was more of the mentality of they wanted what they could not have they ...
... taken with them. Met a couple our age at breakfast who come from Hatton Vale near Toowoomba. They are here for a week, ,then going to Hong Kong for a week before joining the Queen Mary. How coincidental is that? We then toured around the zoo in a buggy, getting off to see the seal show, elephant show, feeding of the rhinos, lions,giraffes, monkeys. etc. It is ...
... one is struck by all the greenery, the parks, the walking paths, the ancient trees, the greenbelts and the jungle. As the country hurtles into the 21st Century, they are cultivating an appreciation of nature and the value of enjoying the out-of-doors. This trip began with the nucleus of, "We need to go out and visit Greg and his family." and the rest of the trip was built around that starting point. ...