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Travelling! Comfortable flight watching movies and eating - can it get any better? It can! Landed safely at Singapore and taking a taxi to the Park Hotel, which will be our 'home' for the next three days. Wow what a skyline, some awesome buildings. If you ...
... Jewels. And we think we had it easy. By the time we exited Jewel House the line to get in was at least 1 hour long. We ended up spending about 4 hours at the Tower looking at the various towers, wall walks, armouries and souvenir shops.
The plan was to go to the Science Museum but we decided to defer that until tomorrow and went to Greenwich instead. We saw the Cutty Sark, the Painted House and then walked ...
... What about wine?" I asked. "That's fine". We landed at 1am. Apparently most international flights leave or depart at unearthly hours. Immigration was quick but baggage reclaim was terribly slow. I smuggled my rupees in my luggage and calmly walked past Customs and found my transfer. The journey was quite quick, service at the Ramada Egmore wasn't but the room was comfy. Zzz for a few ...
I got up early today hoping to walk to the victoria coach station with plenty of time to spare before my tour. Unfortunately that was not the case, I did get up at 6am and groomed myself ready for my big day out of London. I soon found out that Breakfast at the hostel starts at 7am so I ended up waiting round for half an hour after for breakfast to open. Eventually it opened and I went up to take my fill, to my delight they did not have an ...
... gaudy jewelry? Ditto.
We got there just before it opened and went straight to the top and had some galleries to ourselves. We somehow spent 2 hours in there and had lunch at their cafe, which is quite good, offering hot and cold foods and yummy looking pastries.
When we had had enough of that, we walked down the road to the Natural History Museum. They divide their museum into zones--orange, blue, green and red. We wanted fossils ...