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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... same as the States - but for the rest of Southeast Asia, this is one of the few places that these shops even exist, so they will pay the prices, especially for American and European brands. It made us feel at home, the same material things we could not afford at home, we still could not afford here. The only thing we bought was a handmade ice cream sandwich from a street vendor - basically a rectangle brick of ice cream that he sandwiched between two wafers - it was ...
... canopies. There is environmental technology in each tree that absorbs water for the irrigation system, charges photo cells for the lights and harnesses wind for climate control in the nearby conservatory.
We walked into the main grove and calming music drifted through the air. The area was lit with calming blues and purples from the trees. I was left open-mouthed at the beauty of the grove. I was so small and the trees instilled relaxing and majestic.
... and understaffed, especially when busloads of tour groups are arriving for the morning exodus. JA queues for 45 minutes.
Lesson for the day: Make all VAT-claimable purchases on credit card for easy scanning and electronic lodgement, processing and repayment.
SQ335 to Changi is aboard another A380 superjumbo. It carries 471 passengers and today seems to be a full house. I marvel again at how these giant birds lift off the ground so smoothly and quietly. ...
... nice! We finished with a mango and custard dessert (Paul and I shared one!). When it came to pay, Dale wouldn't split the bill, insisting that we were their guests and that we had looked after him in Thailand and bought them the gin so he was returning the favour; we felt bad but accepted and thanked them. Cathy called us and cab and made sure we got in it then they went on their way after telling us some must see places in Singapore.
We fell into food comas when we got ...
... hop off bus was to Raffles Hotel for a Singapore Sling. The colonial style 5 star hotel was established in 1887. It is named after Stanford Raffles who was the founder of modern Singapore. The building was originally on the sea edge but it is now 500 metres away due to land reclamation. The architecture is quaint and we walked into the court yard where the long outdoor bar (where the famous drink was invented) ...