Bellevue Terrace B&B
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Our one bag was packed, mainly with toys and presents for the grandkids, food packed, car loaded up, our "girls" loaded up with food, water, hot water bottles, kitty litter etc.
Our planned departure time came and went and we eventually left an hour late … or on time as one of our friends said.
We had a good run on the motorway but were surprised by the number of ...
... unusual for the lifeguards (many volunteers) can make up to 250 rescues a day with the average being around 100 a day!As the sun disappeared behind the sea, and the once sunlit promenade was now alight with hundreds of colourful lights, we made our way home on the bus. Our sleepy legs just about got us home from the bus stop, and 5 very tired people kicked off their shoes and tucked into steaming mugs of hot chocolate and talked all about the days adventures.
... harbour, the bridge and the Opera House are very pretty lit up at night.
Day 4 (our last day in Sydney) -
After checking out of the hotel and finding ourselves with a few hours to kill we head back to Darling Harbour. We spent a few hours walking through the aquarium and the Sydney Wildlife Zoo. We saw the Little Penguins, sharks, koalas and kangaroos. After that it was off to the airport and our flight to Melbourne.
... last night's dessert still tiding us over, we were happy to wander for a while. We headed down to Circular Quay, looking at the Carnival Spirit that was docked. It was a good opportunity for us to practise taking selfies, with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge in the background. A quick look through The Rocks area and the markets there lead us to food - Pancakes at the Rocks! For those at home, it's the same concept as The Pancake Kitchen in Adelaide. The place was ...