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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Today was our trip to the Blue Mountains and a chance to get out of the city and see some of the ‘wilderness’ of Australia. We were up at 5:30 to catch the 6 a.m. city bus to the central train station and then a train from there to Katoomba station, the starting point for our visit. The trip from Sydney to Katoomba takes 2.5 hours...fortunately the train is comfortable and the scenery along the way interesting (I’m using that word lots lately).
... forger wasn’t exactly the right sort of person to be on a note so it was changed, but ironically that particular note was one that was forged often. Hyde Park was one of the stops, a lovely green area with gardens, next door to St James underground station – the underground didn’t quite get going in the way they intended and apparently there are unused tunnels all under this area which are used now for ...
... got upgraded to business class and daddy, Eleanor and Campbell were in the back of the bus. It's a long way to Abu Dhabi but the flight was uneventful - we arrived in Abu Dhabi to a roaring sunrise - it's was 33c at 6am. A couple of hour layover in Abu Dhabi and then we were off to Paris - this time we'd all been upgraded which was ...
... with its own brand of liquid nitrogen ice cream), Darling Harbour, Hyde Park, the Botanic Gardens and, of course, Bondi Beach. All I can say, is free walking tours are the best!
The insane, busy nature of a big city, combined with hours upon hours spent exploring this big metropolis and my recent, peripatetic lifestyle made the prospect of spending nearly two weeks in Indonesia, leading an almost sedentary life, all the ...
... I came to Australia, I was travelling by myself and it was so important that I did that. Being on your own is a completely different experience. Spending most of the time with only yourself gives you the opportunity to finally getting to know you. The real you! Not the one society formed over the years. I had so much time thinking about my life, the mistakes that I have made, the decisions that I have made and the way ...