Cremorne Point Manor
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We left home at 6 am and drove to Gateway parking then airport to catch plane to Sydney. A pleasant flight in a Virgin Brazilian 98 seater plane. Then a taxi through Surry Hills, Redfern to White Bay cruise terminal behind the Harbour Bridge. Easy to board ship and to find our cabin on Deck 11 . Not as large as QM but very similar ...
... The grove, adorned with old angophoras, native australian trees, which look similar to apple trees. Other tree varieties also form part of the grove, taking you into the green depths of the grove.
At the tip of Bradley's Head is the Amphitheater, which offers a panoramic view of the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the city's skyline. Being a popular and scenic outdoor venue, there were a couple of families enjoying a noon ...
... says hotel on the door, but when we opened the door to the room earlier this afternoon we were faced with four beds and a room without a bathroom. To add insult to injury the hotel advertised as a bed and breakfast makes you pay for breakfast. And doesn't have wi-fi. To take my mind of the stupid hostel that cost me as much as a hotel we headed out straight away. Only to discover that Sydney is big. Far bigger than any other Australian city we've been ...
... as planned. So we treated ourselves to 1 afternoon beverage... and then 2... and then 6.... and then shots... Pretty soon our sangria jugs were being called 'Shang-Ra-La-La's. ' By the end of the night, we met countless friends, were best friends with the band, got the whole place literally dancing, and by the end brought the house down with a tribute to the great Neil Diamond and Squish, "Sweet Caroline.' The whole event so well that we were invited back by the ...
... dresses and enjoying lovely live music and food next to the harbour. Then, here we come strolling through in our shorts, sweaty T-shirts, sun-burned skin, backpacks, and cameras just as if we were there for the show. To be honest, I think we are the ones who should have charged admission cause I'm pretty sure everyone got to see a show before the real show with us around. ‘Bout the time we got somewhere towards the middle of all these folks dad ...