Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the 24hr bus pass. I had $10 total. We apologised for wasting his time and retreated.
We strode off in search of an ATM, and after a bit of looking we found not one, but three in a nearby shopping mall. All three would not issue cash on my cards. I thought that this might be because they were the mobile variety rather than at a bank wall. We went off in search of a bank. The heat and humidity at this time in the morning somehow seems more intense and by the time ...
... selling different products. This is the one place in Singapore where you are able to barter with the price. We get there and feel very disappointed. Everything looks secondhand or they are components to repair computers. We leave and make our way to some shopping centres, only to realise that there is a place called Sin Lim Square, which is what we were originally looking for. It is amazing! It has 5 floors of different stores where you buy any electrical item ...
... make it to mains.
James also owns the Jolly Roger pub near where he lives. So of course we had to pop in on the way home. Gosh don't we know all the best people!!!
All in all great food and great company too - a great night out.
At their apartment they also have a pool. WOW! It must feel like being on holiday every day living here!
So the next morning we spent some time making full use of it. Bryan put his swimming teacher ...
... they made you buy their meals. And when I expressed my surprise at the lack of TV's on the plane, the guy next to me laughed and exclaimed, "My, you really don't know about this airline". Any way, after enjoying our purchased meal, I secretively took the little Toblerone chocolate bars t out of my carry-on bag and we ate them while the flight attendants weren't looking. The Toblerone was curtesy of Cathay Pacific (I had pocketed them on our flight from ...
... decorated for Chinese New Year; some pictures are attached as well as a picture of a center court filled with a variety of merchandise on tables. From there I walked to the Takashimaya mall and was admiring beautiful crystal when Timothy 's phone rang (Terri insisted I take a phone that worked in Singapore when I ventured out). This time it came in handy.
We supposedly were going to a live performance of CATS at 7:30 PM. At 12:30 PM I got a ...