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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... the place on this little island. The sleek, modern university made for a great conference site, and it was interesting to see how it was organized in a series of indoor/outdoor spaces to take advantage of the rainforest climate. E enjoyed the warm weather in a different way--back at the hotel pool, where she worked on her own research...not a bad deal if one must study!
... show though which had flights of macaws and large predatory birds, like we had seen in Sydney a few years back. We couldn't be late back as we had to get ready to go out with Haydn and Adeline at 5 and check out from hotel prior to that. Managed to get in a shower which was soooo necessary and then met with Hills in the lobby - walked (aargh) off to see St Andrews Cathedral, only a couple of blocks away and the. We got on ...
... and appeared to be pretty new to her job because a few miscommunications later we eventually got our food and some refreshing glasses of water. After lunch, we hopped in the cable cars for a pleasant ride down to Sentosa Island.
I would compare Sentosa Island to a mini version of Orlando, FL. It had a number of different entertainment activities like Universal Studios, a casino, the beach, an aquarium, and tons of food and shops. To keep people on ...
... for singapore prices anyways) We couldnt resist the Pho! Oh how we have missed that noodle soup dish! It didn't disappoint either, it tasted so good!! Certainly better than any other knock off version we have had in Thailand! After food we went in search of the Raffles hotel, the famous place people go to drink the original singapore sling cocktail at a stupid price and eat nuts and throw the shells on the floor (a hefty fine ...
... we took the subway to downtown Singapore. We checked-in at the Orchid Hotel near China Town. Our room is on the 10th floor with high rise building views all around us. Restaurantes are expensive here. For example, breakfast is $26.00 US and up. Therefore, we checked out the grocery stores nearby. Here are a few pictures......