Claremont Hotel Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... we entered the huge and very grand 5 level casino, we walked around to analyse and devise a winning strategy. We decided to hit the roulette machines, mainly because we didn't have the bottle to play on the live tables, plus we could barely keep up with the minimum bets, as opposed to others who were putting at least $200 on each round, we would of looked like right peasants. Watching some of the tables was crazy, from young slickers to old ...
... returning back to China, we again hit the city, this time strolling through the old colonial district, the financial district (both equally impressive), we come across a field hockey tournament with air-conditioned tents, strolled through Fort park, and end the day with an English pie at Clark Quay. It was again another full and impressive day that left me wanting more of the city I’d since never thought twice of.
The last and final day, I wake up early just ...
... Colm went for a chicken ciabatta (he is getting addicted to chicken sandwiches), whilst I tried to muster a cone full of chips, only succeeding to eating nearly half a cone if that. We then decided to explore the famous Marina Bay, so we hit up the red line and then changed to the circle line to Bayfront Station. It was here where we stumbled across Gardens by the bay, which was amazing from the outside so we could only imagine that it would be ten times better on the inside. ...
... amount of food we ate at breakfast). So we take a taxi to a mall we know to get Mexican for L. E & I just have chips and guacamole and still don't eat for the rest of the day. I suspect tomorrow they will position quite far from the buffet. But we're not amateurs we can handle this kind of ploy.
And that is the extent of our day. Slowing down, getting ready for our trip home.
... to use flash photography and it was too dark. At times the tram didn't even have it's headlights on.
My tram ride finished at 8pm.I got off feeling in wonderment and awe. My bus didn't come till 9:45pm. I was freaking out about walking the trails in the dark but I now had 1hr and 45 mins to kill so I started on the nice and friendly trail, the wallaby trail. I figured there was nothing scary about that. Wrong.
It was a nice and lovely trail full of ...