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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... sights such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from a distance. We plan to walk across the very top of the bridge and tour the Opera House tomorrow. Sydney is a very clean city with nice old, rock buildings. There’s very limited to no parking on the street which helps to keep it clean looking. There are a lot of motorcycles over here. 90% of the vehicles that are parked on the street are motorcycles. Sydney is easy ...
... had emigrated to Australia and found themselves in need. Many were orphans who had fled Ireland to escape the devastating famine. Then it became an asylum for elderly and impoverished women. This is a very engaging museum so it’s worth giving yourself a good couple of hours to explore. There is an entry fee of $10 for adults.
Another place of interest in Hyde Park is the Anzac Memorial. This commemorative site acts as a ...
... meeting my Facebook friend Sam Ha'angana). I met with Mr McDonald who is brother to former Desiree McDonald at Ambassador College Bricket Wood who is wife to Martin Watson who is now retired and lives in Calgary, Canada. Then David Archer and his American wife formerly a Capo. Then Zoe...and many others such as Craig White who also came.
I was at somewhat a loss as to what topic to cover for Bible Study as there are so many things that can be said ...
Yesterday, Leila picked us up and we drove to Bronte beach. From there we took the cliff walk to the world famous Bondi beach with spectacular scenery and very heavy breathing... The waves, to us, looked enormous and surfers were showing off their skills. Lying there, thinking about going into the fairly cold water a siren went off which turned out to be a ...
... up who Australians are because the people depicted in the media are nearly always white Caucasians yet in the cities we visited, and most Australians live in those cities, a very large proportion of the people on the street were ethnically Asian. That may well not be the case in the suburbs but it did make me question the assertion made by several Australians I have spoken to that the country is quite racist. I wonder now what form that takes. Roz found huge similarities with ...