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... trips it was a great week that went by to fast. we next visited our grandparents for a night and moved on to my mom's bestie who had a barn in the Netherlands samara loved it! and so did I. After to nights there we made our way to our last stop of our vacation. Our other grandparent's house where we stayed 3 nights and then we flew back home!
... reference"> Although Marina Bay Sands has been compared on scale and development costs to MGM's CityCenter,
the latter is a mixed-use development, with condominium properties
(comprising three of the seven main structures) being sold ...
I did more emails on the job and was hoping to speak to the big boss in the US but time difference makes it difficult.
We left the flat at 9.30am and jumped in a taxi. The kids were excited because we were going to Adventure Cove water park at Sentosa Island. Sentosa is a kind Singapore Disney complex. There are hundreds of bars and restaurants, a Universal Studios theme park, golf courses and our visit was to ...
... closed on Mondays. Guess who didn't check the guide book! As our cruise pass eventually expired we decided to use the local bus service. It was not expensive and delivered us to the railway station across from our hotel. During dinner at our half priced favourite restaurant we noticed more than the usual number of runners along the harbour. Apparently it was a ...
We arrived at our hotel, The Fairmont, quite late on sunday night so it was straight to bed for myself and thomas whilst Chris went out for a couple with his good friend Skye who lives in Singa. The Fairmont is situated right opposite the famous Raffles hotel and you can see the singapore flyer, cathedral, marina bay sands hotel. Our room is large and the beds exceedingly comfy. Sleep obviously ...