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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is a reason alone for Linda and Barb
from church to come for a visit, hahaha).
The hotel restaurant was on the expensive side. E.g. breakfast starting
at $ 35.00 US and up. Though since we passed as senior citizen we got an offer
for $ 25.00 US.
We opted for hard boiled
eggs, fruit and bread. We got creative and boiled some store bought eggs in the
water heater for the tea. Hey, it works!!!
By the way I forgot ...
... coffee, free wifi and a toilet stop,all for $6.30. Not too bad.
We then got on a HOHO yellow bus - again the driver didn't look at the tickets - and headed off. We decided to get off at Raffles, and had a good look around. They did have delicious linen mens shirts, but Ron decided he has enough black shirts, and the colours weren't him. They felt gorgeous though. Everything in the gift shop was very expensive, as expected. ...
... br> The next morning I had a plan to get off the ship by 9am. I woke up at 10:30. I managed to get myself together by 10:45 and was off the ship. I wanted to ride a cable car that was near the ship and actually went over the ship. I bought my ridiculously priced ticket and was excited to see the view. It was really an amazing view of the ship. I took pictures which could have only been achieved through a chartered helicopter or, oh how convenient, a cable car going over the direct ...
... seat and it's options. Yup. As soon as we sat down a glass of champagne arrived, even before the poor people were shown into stowage. Socks were provided, so we could rest our weary feet. And eye masks. I just read a paper for a while - my first in a few weeks. We chose our dinner from the menu. While we waited I had a Bloody Mary, and Amanda more sparkly. I chose a green salad, three large dark slices of smoked tuna with wasabi, then Angus tenderloin, rare, with vegetables ...
... we went to the Beazley office and met up with Susan and Michael, who I used to work with. We went to a Chinese restaurant, and Susan commented that she thought I looked skinny and so bought loads of food to fatten me up, including coffee chicken and chicken in prawn batter (well, that’s what we think it was anyway). We waddled about for a lot of the afternoon afterwards.
We decided to stay an extra night in Singapore than we ...