Santa Grand Hotel West Coast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... fire breathing and dance performance. Everybody then embarked on a 40 minute team ride which takes you through the animals enclosures, some of the animals you could only see this way. As you went through there habitats if the zoo the animals could easily come up to the tram and at one point we had to stop whilst a Tapir walk across the route and down the side of the tram. If you reached out you could have petted him. After ...
... the hotel so we did not have to fill up any bags for her (yet !!). Morning coffee and a search for charger for my Samsung tablet (forgot to bring one with me}. Trader tried to rip me off with a price tag of SGD$68 showing - a smile and some good Aussie haggling got him down to SGD$12 !!
Taxi to Dempsey Hill near the Singapore Gardens - an arts, crafts and dining hub that has been developed in the old British Army Tanglin Barracks. The splendour ...
... it was Caleb who wanted to leave first. I suppose he is a Vancouver kid and not used to sub zero temperatures. The Science Center had a special exhibit called 'The Human Body' where one got to crawl through an open mouth and tour through all parts of the body. Caleb did have a phase way back when he was obsessed with the body and all of its functions. Caleb's favorite part was a room with strobe lights and ...
... to our station. The hotel was clearly visible from the station so that made it easy. We were very pleased with our hotel and its location - nothing sexy on the outside but the room was solid and it was very close to heaven - and by heaven I mean Jalon Alor. We threw our bags in the room and hastened to afore mentioned nirvana.
You will see the pictures of Rhiannon's whole crab, my lovely shrimp green curry, a couple of ...
... we walked to the metro station stopping at a food centre for a few pastries before hopping on the metro to the Singapore Art Museum. This was the starting point of our walking tour. We could have gone in but stop two was the world famous Raffles hotel for a Singapore Sling. The hotel is a grand colonial building, a huge complex incorporating guest suites, restaurants, shops and bars. We headed for the Long Bar, where the Sling ...