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Singapore Luxury Hotels: Classic or Contemporary?

How do you really indulge in a city like Singapore for your birthday? You don’t just book one luxury hotel, you book two…

In a city of contrast, which in itself is such a contrast to much of the rest of the continent it resides in there were too top end hotels I had the pleasure of staying in.  436 more words


The Weekend #42

I’ve been on my half term holidays this week, so it didn’t feel as though the weekend really started at any particular point. Let’s go from Thursday morning, when I started off by blogging about our Dubai trip and stayed in my PJs until 2pm. 645 more words


Half-Priced Hotels

When I went to Disneyland this past summer on my senior trip, the hotel room was rarely seen. It was only used to sleep at night and store our luggage; the rest of the time was spent in the park. 356 more words


The Day After Night-Audit

As thus far in my past three months at Howard Johnson’s of Ocala, I’ve strictly been on A or B shift, never C shift.

A shift, “the dream team” as its been affectionately called, has been my favorite shift to be a part of. 490 more words

Decoy towns and thankful villages - Somerset History

When you visit Somerset, or indeed if you live here, you are constantly aware of an ancient heritage. The buildings, farms, mills such as Haselbury Mill, 414 more words

Lush gardens at the Vineyard Hotel in Cape Town

I love wandering around the beautiful gardens of the hotel on the banks of the Liesbeek River.  I have written a post about the gardens in April 2010… 110 more words