Claremont Hotel Singapore
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... much after that, people began lining up at the gate to be admitted downstairs to the platform, so I stood up and filed in behind them. The exhaustion kept coming, despite my upright position. A couple times my knees buckled and i teetered forward on my toes as I began to drift (er, maybe, pass) out. At that point, I was miserably tired. And then they announced that the train was delayed. Making matters worse was the knowledge that there was a bed waiting for me ...
... A nice big lap pool with a jaccuzzi at either end. And a sauna too! Loved falling asleep in there!
We couldn't get a sim card that worked in our phone so we hoped that mum, dad and Jagan would make it ok to the apartment. They eventually arrived in the middle of the night, minus their luggage that had been lost by air China. But they were safe and made their way in a taxi from Singapore airport so they didn't need to go up and down all those stairs!
... souvenirs are. There were some interesting temples and Helin got her hand hennaed. After that we went to the Singapore gallery that is all about town development and has an exact replica of all the buildings. We had duck and noodles for lunch at another of the open air food court places. In the afternoon we went round the botanic gardens, and out onto the main shopping street. In ...
... head, loved the ginger garden!
After a good dose of green we bussed it back over to Marina bay sands as we decided to go to the Art Science Museum. It was an incredible building but i struggled with the museum a bit- i couldn’t really fathom out where the science bit came it. The main attraction was a photography display of Annie Leibovitz. It was enjoyable to take a walk around and something different, but i just kept waiting to discover the reason they called its the ...
... was sweet and didn't taste much like coconut) and two very watery softly poached eggs served with a strong black coffee on the side. The waiter obviously sensed we did not know where to start so he poured a little sweet soy sauce on the eggs then gestured to dip the toast and jam into the eggs that were barely cooked. We followed as instructed and were very pleasantly surprised how nice everything was. After breakfast we started with our sightseeing working our ...