|At Hard Rock Hotel Singapore|
|Lobby of Hard Rock Hotel|
Me (to receptionist): Hi, is our room ready yet? My girl is making a lot of noise I can't take it.
Girlee (smiling sweetly at receptionist): I want swim!
Receptionist: Hello baby! Oh you want to swim? Ok I'll see what I can do. Just a moment.
The receptionist heads to the back office and minutes later emerged with our room keys! Can't believe that worked *laughs*
|Headed up to our room in a very glitzy elevator|
|Our room on the 6th floor facing the pool|
|The bathroom with separated bath and toilet facilities|
Nevertheless, the good thing is that this room is very family-friendly because each room has a super-single pull-out bed for additional family members at no extra cost.
|Left: Comfy sofa (which can act like a bed when needed); Right: Comfy pull-out bed;|
These were used by my sister & her boyfriend when they stay over on the 2nd night.
|The small slide and water play area for children|
|Sliding down the water slide with daddy|
When finally I was too tired to climb the steps, we decided to soak in the man-made beach pool next to the slide.
|They even have sand at the bottom of the pool|
It was also a perfect back-drop for floating on a 'pirate ship'!
|Maiden voyage of her 1st boat-float thanks to Disney Junior|
Baby girl was tired out after a few hours so we washed up and sent her and my mum-in-law to the monorail station to go back home.
|At the Casino & Merlion|
|Monorail at Imbiah station at the foot of the Merlion|
After they've left, we proceeded to watch Voyage de La Vie at the Festive Grand Theatre.
|Voyage de La Vie|
We ended the night really early as I was too exhausted (didn't even have time to blog although I had planned to *sigh*).
The next day, my whole family went to pick baby girl up after buying breakfast & lunch for us. The minute baby girl saw us, she burst into tears and clung onto me and refused to let go. I suspect she was really hurt that we sent her off with her grandma and really missed us too =(
We cheered her up by filling her stomach with lunch (a hungry baby is a cranky baby) and brought her downstairs to swim.
|With my brother, sister, JM, baby girl and the hubby|
|More group photos in the sun|
|Taking turns to sit on the boat-float|
It also came in handy for me to take shelter under the sweltering hot sun!
|Yay, mobile shade for me! =)|
|Underwater shots taken by me =)|
We had so much fun we only decided to leave when the sun shone so bright, it burnt into our skin. Baby girl, the sister, JM and my mother totally zonked out on the beds after the swim, leaving my brother, the hubby and I to visit the Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium (MEMA). The aquarium was not opened to the public yet so we could only see the exhibitions on display.
|Maritime Experiential Musuem & Aquarium|
We spent the rest of the afternoon exploring RWS and the different stores along the mall.
|We just had to pop by the largest Candylicious store in Singapore!|
|Hard Rock Cafe at RWS|
|Anti-clockwise (from left): Starter platter for 3-4 persons (we ordered to share); potato with cheese (love it!); the hubby's main course = sirloin 'sandwich' (i.e. steak on garlic bread)|
|Clockwise (from left): The restaurant provided colouring crayons and activity sheets to entertain baby girl; beef burgers for all of us (except for the hubby); Mac and cheese with chicken for my mum, sis, baby girl and I.|
|Family photo taken by a staff member|
We are having the time of our lives so far. Can't wait for USS tomorrow! *Excited*
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