Value Hotel Nice
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Not really cheap, and the smallest room I can recall. Friendly and helpful staff
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... quid and we couldn't go wrong. Well we could, as we needed up getting through 3 bottles by 9pm and took ourselves out clubbing in Singapore. This held the recipe for disaster and we ended up in a club fl of models and business men which was to cost $37 (but he doorman stopped our payment at the door and free entry thankyou very much). This helped- as did the group of business men with their £1000 bottle of vodka which they were more than happy to share. The ...
... on the metro to the airport. That was fine until we realised it was rush hour standing in a packed carriage with you bags on is not a great way to travel. We got to the airport and had to get on another little tram to get to the correct terminal. When we got there we managed to find some loos to get changed and washed in before we checked in our bags. Bags checked in, now time for passport control. Passport control here is a little backwards compared to all the other ...
... signboard to explain how to reach the memorial. Eventually, I had to ask the lady at the ticket counter who guided me to the bus stop. The bus driver was helpful and told me where to get off. But when I did, it was in the middle of a highway with no signs indicating how to reach the memorial. A half an hour walk in the blazing sun first up the road and then down the road led me nowhere.Eventually a helpful young woman gave me the right directions.
... for Singapore at this time of year.
Next stop a stroll along the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands Mall for a good view of the city and then on our way to the Gardens by the Bay. This week is the Singapore garden festival so there were extra stalls in the gardens selling lots and lots of orchids. The further you walk into the gardens, the better the skyline if Singapore becomes and you realise how much they have to build up here. The whole landscape is tower blocks - ...
... and arrived at Masjid Jamae Mosque near the South Bridge Road. As we entered the mosque, we were told to take off our shoes as we did not want to show disrespect to the place and the people there. There, we learnt about the history of the mosque from the beginning when the mosque is built till today.