Jeffreys St B&B

46 Jeffreys St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2061, Australia | B&B
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Yey, I'm in Sydney!!! Can't believe it... :-)

A travel blog entry by elliottjulia


... found this trendy shop/cafe not far from my hostel to have my brunch every day. Absolutely loved ricotta and avo on toasted sourdough with heritage tomatoes and spanish onions. It's clearly not the backpacking lifestyle and i think i will miss it during my trip or once i'm back to my real life. ;-) I have also been inspired to give up a few things for lent following my lovely sister's example. So after thinking long and hard, i decided to give up coffee ...

Backpack without a Backpack: Meet Ossie the Osprey

A travel blog entry by evelyndouek

... means you can't get anywhere near the same volume of stuff into the bag even if it's a comparable litreage. These may sound like small things, but if I was going to be carrying the bag on my back most of the time anyway because of the perilous cobblestones, and the lack of roads in some parts of South America, they would have made a big difference. In the end, after my mum reminded me that I did after all have a history of back problems, I nervously bought ...

Bye Bye Australia

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe


... folks than back home.

Each city I travelled to had extensive Botanical gardens open to anyone to wander through at no charge..

Like in Britain, museums and art galleries usually offer free admission.

The senators in their upper house of parliament serve the same function as in Canada but here are elected for 7 years.

Eligible Australians must vote in any and all elections or be fined.

It’s hard to find dark beers on tap.

Out and about in Sydney.

A travel blog entry by jimandi


... walking on the sidewalks (which are wider than cities like New York, Atlanta, Paris or Washington, DC.) oncoming people tend to bear left rather than right... presumably because of their driving habits. This became obvious to us very soon, because our tendency to walk on the right side made us feel like salmon, swimming upstream on our initial outings in the city.

So far, we're very impressed with Sydney. It's an interesting and very pleasant place to ...

Summer in Sydney?

A travel blog entry by lizemma10

... iconic sights, the Sydney Royal Opera House on our right with the bridge standing tall on the left. Manly beach had white sands and clear waters, crashing with huge waves, we enjoyed a nice restful day in the sun. We still couldn't believe we were in Sydney. A sociable evening at the local pub for quiz night (so nice to do something normal), its safe to say we are useless at the best of times at trivia, let alone in another country.


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This B&B, located in the Sydney City Center area of Sydney, is near Sydney Harbour Bridge, Luna Park, Milsons Point, and Blues Point Reserve.
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