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... garment at the prices they charge. We walked along the expansive esplanade outside the hotel to the waterfront where we went on a cruise up the river. All very interesting seeing the old and new buildings of the city. This afternoon we went in the opposite direction across a walkway on level six of the hotel to the Hanging Gardens which were ...
... There are two huge dome structures on the lands that won multiple construction design and green initiative awards. The Flower Dome is said to be the largest indoor garden while the Cloud Forest does its best to recreate the vegetation one finds in the various cloud forests around the world. It is also a statement on global ...
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Enjoy the pics - Singapore (seems to be - we were too busy chatting lol) a cool city - its beautiful anyway - I also have a stop over (just a night one) on my way back from India to Hanoi before I head home...so many planes, trains and automobiles....
Next stop - India....Im a bit nervous as theres just supposed to be a guy or girl - I dont even know who ...
... and since this is not the route to the airport, the scenery is new also to us. How lush and green Singapore is. We are staying in a small hotel that is located in 'Little India', ( we seem to gravitate towards Little Indias for one reason or another ) fairly near to Orchard Road. It is convenient for the underground system which has an excellent reputation for cleanliness, safety, efficiency and price.
... how to write Chinese characters the correct way by showing the stroke order.
The only way I would improve this is to be able to search for a particular character by using the pinyin somewhere on the page.
Not only do they provide a tool for learning how to write characters, but also they provide Mandarin and Cantonese lessons, that is, where you listen to a phrase/word which has a phonetic pronunciation guide below it. ...