Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
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... than what I am use to at home. The 13-hour flight from JFK to Tokyo did not feel all that long after watching a few movies and dozing off for around 6 hours, and upon my arrival in Japan, I quickly proceeded to an airport sushi restaurant for some food and, now that I was out of the US, an ice cold beer. Even sushi at the airport in Japan is better than what I normally eat at home, and it was certainly a nice way to kick off what is going to be quite the culinary adventure over the ...
... so once we had made our way back to bay front will called in the apple shop at marina bay sands shopping mall to check out if they had stock on the iWatch, no luck here but they did point us the direction of where there are some left. For the afternoon we watched the sun go down in the gardens of the bay at the rear of Marina bay sands. They looked beautiful and still very untouched as we think they are a new attraction. It was so nice ...
... including the river, Clarke and Boat Quay, Raffles, the Merlion, little India...The hour was made even more amusing by the fact that the commentary failed to match up with map, so stop 13 was actually stop 4 and so on. Kept me amused and more importantly awake anyway. After a lovely hour playing 'guess where' around the city, it was time to hop off for the final time and dodge the many, many tanks and military personnel that were ...
... and tried to explain what Islam is about which is nothing to do with IS. We found the"Dilip" textile shop in Arab Street that Jeannie had suggested we visit and bought table wear and scarves. Would recommend it to anyone visiting Singapore. Wandered through the Mustafa shopping centre which is open 24 hours a day. What and amazing array of stuff for sale from top brands to absolute rubbish over a full block and ...
Another Singapore breakfast at Chinatown Point. Then we head for the Haw Par Villa, the Tiger Balm Gardens. Some weird stuff we find there, and scary one, too. We then decide to visit My Bike Shop, who sells folding bikes. Store will open in 15 minutes, so we head for a smalk lunch around the corner.... Mmmmh, Kailan.... ...