The Ardennes Hotel
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... were able to find the place. The hotel room was a one room place, but it was really quite nice for one nights stay. My favourite thing about that hotel was the balconies on both sides of the room where you could see lots of other hotels and buildings. The wardrobe was quite impressive too. We all quickly got to sleep after the long seven hour flight, and got up nice and early (because of the time difference) to head off to the next ...
Singapore has three "Hop On Hop Off" bus routes. Traveling those took up most of our day,which didn't actually get started until 11.30 when we left the hotel The first one we jumped on, almost literally as it was pulling away from the curb, turned out to an old clunker with little or no commentary. We rode it into the terminus and changed buses. We had wanted to ride the Heritage route but got on ...
... beside Burlington square along Prinsep St
Sign to the church
Entering the church
This is the exterior of the church it is one of the modern kind of church the exterior is very nice if the couple like to see something different it is one of the choice to choose from.
... could learn more about the Singaporean's Malay culture, lifestyle and their history. The Cultural Centre is a beautiful place in a breath-taking ground, the Centre located not far away from the Sultan mosque, but to find our way there, it took us quite a while! The Centre is a humble, simple villa with different area to showcase the Malay's cultural objects, beliefs, lifestyle and history timeline. It was like walking into ...
... I saw that they differentiate the food in two section, Northern and Southern. I was wondering what is the difference between this two types of food and I did some research.
South Indian food: Consist more rice. Uses more vegetables and most dishes are spicier than northern Indian food. Curry is soupier than north's.
North Indian food: Consist more wheat. ...