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... an amazing and beautiful place! The combination of industrial metal covered with rainforest plants, waterfalls, and elevated walkways hundreds of feet in the air was a really impressive sight. The cooler temperature and misty air were a great bonus. :) Afterward, we walked around the marina in the other direction, crossing the famous Double Helix Bridge, and made our way to the Merlion for sunset. It was ...
... ethnic neighborhoods and had two stops where we enjoyed copious amounts of the local cuisine including Malaysian, Chinese, and Peranakan. The food was great but walking the neighborhood stopping in a couple of the stores was even better. I think from a food perspective what I enjoyed most was the lamb shanks sautéed in some type of sweet and spicy sauce, really tender and succulent, the sucking the meat off ...
... from Harborfront to Bayfront. Two stops to Chinatown, change levels for the circle loop to downtown then 3 more stops.
The sun was going down outside the designer shops as we emerged from the escalator, so we took a place sitting at the outdoor amphitheater to watch the lights come on in the downtown skyscrapers of ...
... control and it seemed that violence was a daily occurrence.
Outside the museum is a small chapel that was built inside the prison. That's the only thing I was allowed to take pictures of.
I got lost trying to find some other World War II bunker in the midst of the army barracks. I've already seen a bunch of them, so I just gave up and went home.
... though he might be right!! Happy to ride those coat tails. Although, upon reflection he's pretty good to us as well.... Finally got to bed around 2am. We will board in a few hours. Kids are amped but probably not as much as Grandad who I think is aiming to be first on board and first to the buffet. Homer Simpson ain't got nothing on Chris when it comes to buffet ...