Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like years shopping, then chilled out for a bit. I made some movie trailers of Susie (aka Super Poosie!) on the iPad before watching the last Hobbit movie on the telly. Yesterday we wandered around the block, and watched the Moto GP. Silly Rossi! Today we got a taxi to the bus station. We were going to get the bus, but the receptionist at the hotel was a bit vague about the times it showed up. When we hailed a cab outside the hotel the driver didn't see us waving for a while. When ...
... everyone else who sent birthday wishes.
Monday 5th October: Leisurely breakfast in the hotel, the family, not the two oldies, do a 'duck' tour (vehicle goes on land and in water). John & I do a wander around Clark Quay and towards evening most of us set off on a coach to do the night zoo tour and have dinner there as well.
Tuesday we leave Singapore and go to island of Sentosa.
... USD$8 (SGD$11.20) each, each way to the Marina Bay shopping Centre. But we have found the Marina South Pier MRT station not 500 metres away so opted for that instead. The shuttle fee is very expensive. We took the MRT to Orchard, right up in the city, for SGD$1.70 each way – bit of a difference ! And the ship is more than reticent in letting passengers know there is a cheaper option.
On the way to the MRT, we came across a couple of ...
... pulled up as it was nearly in bits. Ha! Just as well. Our young son Thomas was there to meet us together with our trusty neighbour Jude & Greg's adopted son Tyler ( not really ) just a well mannered young man who has a passion for farming ( & anything that goes with it). So there folks this is the end of my blog ( for now anyway). One never knows. Give me a break & I may be onto a trip again very soon. Stay tuned. But for now down & signing out. ...
... of fireworks for 4 minutes. Then all of humanity rushed for the gates.
Daphne and I said goodbye to her friends and headed for the Gardens by the Bay. I wanted to see the light show at the Supertrees. The Supertrees is a grove of artificial trees ranging from 25 to 50 metres tall. One has a restaurant in its canopy. The creator planted ferns, bromeliads, orchids and other plants at each base, so since their opening in 2005, the foliage has grown all the way up ...