Monthly Archives: September 2012

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Cool Bliss Hotel Singapore images

A few nice Bliss Hotel Singapore images I found:

Sweet – Art – Bliss
Bliss Hotel Singapore
Image by Rajesh_India
Poetry in Confectionery & Bakery .
Creations at display at the "Asia Pastry Cup" -FHA 2012 in Singapore.

Like an oasis in the night…
Bliss Hotel Singapore
Image by mr brown
The lights of this 24-hour internet LAN gaming shop blinked and twinkled before us.
"Welcome to DOTA Land," the lights seemed to say.

We had spent the evening after dinner walking around our KL hotel at Bukit Bintang looking for one but the only LAN shops we found were the kind where they include foot reflexology and body massages, and other er, health services. I have never seen a street with so many strangers concerned for our health.

We had almost given up hope, because our meetings finished late and it was already past the closing time of most shops. Also, most people we asked could only direct us to the internet cafes with the semi-comatose PCs that only did email and had an old version of Explorer.

Then we stumbled on a late-closing toy store opposite Federal Hotel, and I asked the owner if by any chance there were any LAN shops nearby. I guess you have to ask the right people, because he was a wellspring of cyber-info. After boasting that there were at least 8 such shops near where he lived – which was nowhere near his shop – he said we could try the 24-hour AM/PM one at Plaza Lowyat. But don’t be fooled by the fact that all the shops were closed in that building, he said. Just ask the security guard there.

"Holy Shit! Monster kill! First blood! Ownage!" we said, as we scurried like creeps to find our base. And after wondering the forests of the Lowyat, there she was, our Secret Shop.

It was a clean and well-equipped shop too, expensive by Malaysian standards (RM4 an hour) but worth every sen. The only blip in our night of gaming bliss was this moron kid next to me, who decided that it would be fierce to play DOTA while blasting Kelly Clarkson(!) at full volume. But after I jacked up my PC’s volume and blasted "Holy Shit!" and "I am the Law!" into his ears, he got the hint and voted to play without his American Idol and lowered his volume.

Good for him. Wait I blink strike him then he know. Never piss off a group of guys feeding their DOTA withdrawal in a foreign land.

How much the cost to ride a taxi from Millennium Biltmore Hotel to The Grove?

Question by iamme: How much the cost to ride a taxi from Millennium Biltmore Hotel to The Grove?
I wll go to LA in late december and I will stay at Millennium Biltmore. I’m thinking of taking my family to go to The Grove by taxi since I don’t drive. I’m open for any suggestion!

Best answer:

Answer by mobilemark
taking a taxi in Los Angeles is very expensive here’s the fare chart I got from the city of Los Angeles

Fares (ordinances 177843 & 178050 , effective 10/01/06 and 12/25/06)

All Passengers Ride for Price of One

1. $ 2.65 Flag drop (First 1/7th mile).

2. $ 0.35 For each additional 1/7th mile ($ 2.45 per mile).

3. $ 0.35 For each 47.5 seconds waiting time and/or traffic delay ($ 26.53 per hour).

4. $ 42.00 Flat fare for trips between LAX and downtown.

Area bounded by Alameda St., Santa Monica Fwy., Harbor Fwy., Cesar E. Chavez, Union Station and Chinatown.

5. $ 2.50 Surcharge for all trips originating at LAX.

6. $ 15.00 Minimum fare for trips originating at LAX (In addition to the $ 2.50 surcharge)

I suggest you can take public transit (in fact from the Biltmore
its just one bus you can catch this bus at 5th/ Grand
Line 16 Or 316) and it will take directly to the grove
for $ 1.25 per person
or you can get a day pass for $ 5.00

Add your own answer in the comments!

How far away is the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Hotel from Freeport in the Bahamas ?

Question by SW: How far away is the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Hotel from Freeport in the Bahamas ?
ok, how far away is the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Hotel (which is in the bahamas) from the port ? cause no maps will show us.

Best answer:

Answer by bumblebee
Club Fortuna is way the heck out of Freeport. When my husband and I stayed their we had to take a cab into Freeport which was a good 35-40minute drive. Fortuna is in the east side. It is only rated 3 stars and the food is not that good, The beach is beautiful. Plus, there is nothing to do there at night, I would not go back.

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M Hotel, Singapore – Budget

Singapore also known as the Republic of Singapore is a small island city and state which is located at the tip of the Malay Peninsula. This state is surrounded by the Malaysian state of Johor in the south and Indonesia’s Riau Islands in the North. Singapore is considered to be a micro state and it is the smallest nation in the Southeast Asia. This place is truly mesmerizing with many tourists’ attractions, wonderful locations and astonishing shopping opportunities due to which thousands of people come to this place from all around the globe.

Singapore caters to the needs of all the visitors whether they are budget travelers of rich business tycoons. So, now let me tell you about the beautiful M hotel located in this city.

M Hotel

Hotel Overview

This is a truly world class hotel located in the center of the Financial District at 81 Anson Road, Singapore and it is very suitable for business as well as leisure travelers. The hotel contains 413 well furnished rooms which offer comfortable and pleasant accommodations to all the visitors coming here. The amenities that are included in these rooms are separate shower, color TV, broadband connection, remote control keyword, coffee and tea making machine and a hairdryer.

Facilities

This hotel provides a large variety of amenities to the guests. Some of the services that you can find here are a fitness center and spa, free parking space, Banquet facilities, a well furnished restaurant, buffet facility available, 24 hours room service, a cocktail lounge, a mesmerizing swimming pool, 24 hours security, wedding facility, a sauna bath, photo copy machine, baby sitting center, wheel chair access, a health club, a laundry service room, massage service and many other facilities.

Rooms and Suites

This hotel has a variety of rooms to suit the needs of different travelers. Some of the rooms are mentioned below:

1. Standard Rooms

Standard rooms give you a mesmerizing city view and they have a separate bath and shower with a 21 inch color television, tea making facilities and access to the gym and swimming pool.

2. Superior Rooms

These rooms provide you amazing sea view and are very spacious and large; the amenities are similar to the ones provided in the standard rooms.

3. Luxury suites

The luxury suites are very well decorated with 42 inch plasma television, king sized beds, a grand marble bathroom with Jacuzzi and massage facilities are also available here.

The Bar and the Restaurant

The J Restaurant and the J Bar have comfortable sitting arrangements and are opened through the day. In the restaurant you would get mouth watering Japanese as well as continental dishes.

So, visit this attractive hotel in order to have a wonderful time with your family and friends.

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Clarke Quay ? One of Singapore’s top night entertainment venues

 

Looking for some fun and excitement in Singapore? Be sure to visit the picturesque and vibrant area of Clarke Quay. Home to a kaleidoscope of night clubs, retail shops, recreation spots, restaurants and bars, Clarke Quay is reputed for being one of Singapore’s top nightlife destinations. This cosmopolitan area lies alongside the placid waters of the Singapore River in the heart of this beautiful island. Clarke Quay is rich in history and heritage as the quay lay at the centre of Singapore’s trade and commerce during the latter part of the 19th century. Today, the quay is a hip and trendy venue visited by streams of locals and tourists looking to enjoy a memorable outing with loved ones and friends.

As the sun sets and night draws near, Clarke Quay comes alive with a pulsating mix of lights, colour and sound. Most night spots, restaurants and wine bars in the area have their own unique theme. Famous nightclubs such as Attica and Zirca Mega Club are located at the quay. Certain night entertainment spots have their own in-house musicians who play for crowds of people looking to unwind after a tiring day at work. Various types of cuisine ranging from Italian to Mediterranean to Chinese can be sampled at one of the many restaurants and wine-bars that line the quay.

Thrill seekers should definitely try out the G-Max Reverse Bungee located at Clarke Quay. Guaranteed to give you an adrenaline boost, it is the only reverse bungee jump that is available in Singapore. For a more relaxing experience, step aboard an authentic cruise boat that will take you on a memorable ride through Singapore’s scenic waterways. If you are looking to do something different, engage in a pewter making class at the Royal Selangor School of Hard Knocks which is located at Clarke Quay.

Travellers seeking a serviced apartment Singaporeneed not look any further than the contemporary Somerset Compass.

Offering guests a welcome alternative to a hotel, this stylish residence lies within walking distance of Orchard Road and the Somerset MRT station. The spacious comfort and warm ambiance of each apartment has made the residence a preferred choice of accommodation among guests looking for Apartment Accommodation Singapore

Pushpitha Wijesinghe is an experienced independent freelance writer. He specializes in providing a wide variety of content and articles related to the travel hospitality industry.

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