Bed and Breakfast Sydney Harbour

Address: 140-142 Cumberland Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000\r\n, Australia | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Bonza Bike Tours, Sydney Observatory, The Rocks Discovery Museum, and Sydney Visitor Centre.
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    A rude awakening

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Nov 28, 2014

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    2:30am. That's not even the morning, that's still the night before! But that's when the alarm went off (or more accurately when we got the wake up call). Still tired we stumbled around, cleaned our teeth, packed our bags and went downstairs to check out and catch the shuttle bus to the airport. Our flight was at 6am, but due to roadworks the …

    Detailed Itinerary (with links to sites)

    A travel blog entry by anna.tremewan on Jul 24, 2015

    ... Fairbanks
    Hotel
    Hampton Inn & Suites Fairbanks

    Tours
    Arctic Circle Northern Lights Driving Adventure
    Chena Hot Springs
    Northern Lights Photography Class
    ...

    Sydney's First and Last line of defence

    A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jul 05, 2015

    31 photos

    ... hidden tunnels and a strategic look out point during the war.

    I also need to mention that even in the beginning of the walk, the sides of the trail were lined with stones mentioning the name of the ships and the date when they were sunk during the war by the Japanese. Of the many, the only name that stands in my mind is HMAS Vampire, a peculiar name, but unfortunately junk during the war.

    Further down the trail, I see ...

    Kaliff

    A travel blog entry by hayleym on Jun 25, 2015

    ... have ever asked me to come back or been overly excited that I was doing so. I had no idea what he felt about me. I still think that he's just a generally nice guy to everyone, and maybe I've read way too much into it. So I fly back, 80% mostly to see him again. He goes away for 2 weeks on a work holiday the day after I arrive. I'm so ******. All I wanted to do was see him, and it wasn't going to happen. Then I start questioning wtf am I doing, I'd left the sunny climates of cairns ...

    The Beginning

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on May 09, 2015

    6AM: Up early this morning. And after going to bed at 1am, not much sleep again, but that is the way of holidays. The nerves, the stress, the endless list making. Wondering if you have everything packed, what you might have forgotten, what the temperature will be like. It's a good type of stress though. And you know its going to end sooner or later - when you jump in the car, on the plane... And so there was more wrestling with all things electronic. Last night there ...