Santa Grand Hotel West Coast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... street we went. Mike had chicken in a sauce with rice - not sure what the sauce was exactly but it was tasty (apart from some bones!) and I had Laksa (traditional Singapore dish) which is a spicy coconut noodle soup thing. Unfortunately we have 2 dollars each left over from our budget for our evening meal which is about one pound!! The challenge is on...
After lunch we went to Clarke Quay just for a peek at ...
After the rain stopped this morning Maria and I set out to visit the Singapore City Gallery. There were10 thematic areas and more than 50 audiovisual and interactive exhibits. The three dimensional models were painstakingly constructed and were a miniature depiction of the city. After the exhibits ...
... like you are in a lost world, with a fantastic living wall covering the structure of the building. Once we left there we went to the Super Tree grove and watched the light show which my have been better a little further away, but was still very nice, with a Christmas soundtrack. Next on the agenda was the light show on the bay - I know how many light shows can we take? It was a bit of a wait but after all the walking we had done it was nice just to sit and enjoy ...
... Singapore Financial District. As we walked back through these it was starting to get claustrophobic and not a bit painful on necks looking up! Decided that so much concrete, steel and glass get a bit much after a while, so gave in and found ourselves a Thai restaurant next to the river to get a bite to eat and a beer. Good food and friendly staff make weary tourists feel better. Bed at 20:49 local (12:49 UK)! Tomorrow we can plan a proper tourist ...
... border days! We had assumed that Singapore would be a 24/7 city with government offices working at least 6 days a week. Wrong. An office crucial to the car's paperwork ( it is often more difficult for cars to cross borders than people ) does not open for business on Saturdays. We have therefore had to bring forward our arrival in Singapore by one day. Somewhere else we have had to cut short our stay.