- 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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Another bright day but with a warning of thundery showers in the afternoon and we are going to Sentosa Island via the Cable car!
Anyway my usual breakfast and another notch let out on my belt left us to enjoy a walk down to the river and a leisurely iced coffee - this is the life! Took some pictures of our hotel opened only a couple of years ago and very eco friendly. The hotel ...
... good. I've no idea what most of it was but my favourite was the yam balls! Post dinner we took a walk around China town which is gearing up for Chinese new year with loads of decorations and souvenirs for sale... I was feeling pretty tired already thou so said goodnight and crashed out.
On Tuesday I was still feeling pretty tired so took myself to the bird park for an "easy" day. It was nice, some awesome aviaries, including one with a massive ...
... dinner in hotel cafe and to bed.
Sunday 25 January - Late start to the day. Breakfast in the hotel cafe - very presentable for a budget hotel with good variety.
Out and about to pick up a few items for boarding the ship tomorrow. Helen's head on a swivel with all of the bright market bits and pieces in the laneways - but she enjoyed getting into the Singapore environment with all of the smells and the sights. Fortunately, we left her ...
A disappointing flight with SQ from Perth to Singapore and then into Copenhagen. Unfortunately both flight on quite old 777's with very old AVOD. **** selection of movies so the movie marathon we intended did not eventuate. On the flight from SIN to CPH my screen froze 26 minutes into some forgettable movie and 3 reboots of ...
... exterior by glass. A few buildings exhibit unique architectural features experimenting with unusual textures and facade styles. It made for interesting walks through the downtown core. The Singapore skyline is quite a sight to see! The design and scale of the Marina Bay Sands, whether you like it or hate it, represents Singapore's high degree of urbanization and desire to become one of the worlds biggest financial hubs. We were surprised to learn that ...