Cremorne Point Manor

Address: 6 Cremorne Rd, Cremorne Point, New South Wales, 2090, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 6 Cremorne Rd, Cremorne Point, is near Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo, Fort Denison Island, and May Gibbs's 'Nutcote Cottage'.
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    8 hours 40 minutes to Sydney

    A travel blog entry by cbaloun on Feb 18, 2015

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    First of all, the three of us in the car is suicide. There is a lot of yelling and throwing of hands, the GPS, maps, paper...let's just say it's interesting for others to watch us implode on ourselves. We are driving (inland) to Sydney today. Being on the "wrong" side of the road and car is terrible. My brain doesn't function in meters or kilometers either. I tried and we changed the GPS over to feet and miles. Instead of continuing to miss our exists due to not knowing ...

    Home to Sydney

    A travel blog entry by swkemp on Jan 23, 2015

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    We landed in Sydney at 6.05am after a 16hour 30minute flight - it was all in the dark and we even lost a day! It is great to be back home to sleep in our own bed. It was a memorable trip allowing us to spend family time with Simon and his family in Dallas and then an interesting and enjoyable trip through Mexico and Guatemala viewing the Mayan sites and the markets. Next job is the photo book to record all the ...

    First night in Sydney

    A travel blog entry by cphosavanh on Jan 05, 2015

    ... the city. Been pretty nervous about going to Korea, hoping that I haven't forgotten anything important, not to mention the only phrase I know in Korean, is annyeonghaseyo (Hello - and I had to google how to spell that correctly too!) Hopefully everything works out. Street signs there are in English apparently, so that's comforting.

    Catching the bus in a foreign city has been interesting. I hopped on a random bus which had the sign "City" ...

    Staying with Sydneysiders

    A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Jan 05, 2015

    48 photos

    ... experience, especially being blessed with good weather and in such good company, but somehow doubt we will be camping any time soon in chilly drizzly England!

    It was Chris's birthday once we were back and we spent it visiting Bondi Beach then going for a delicious Asian Tapas meal in Cammeray with Jan and John.


    Christmas in Sydney

    A travel blog entry by barrytexas on Dec 27, 2014

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    ... the house for tea.

    Saturday was zoo day. We took the ferry from Greenwich to Circular Quay, than another ferry to the Taronga zoo. The views from the zoo are spectacular. We saw tropical birds, Kangaraoos, Wallabies, Platypus, Giraffe, and attended a very funny show on Aussie spiders and what to look out for. Did you know that the only cockroaches to come into your house are the foreign imports? Aussie roaches are well behaved ...