Marshalls of Paddington

73 Goodhope St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2021, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

The deep breath before we fly

A travel blog entry by didididit

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... bases covered from freshly dried rose petals to sparkly things and makeup. I tested the waterproof mascara in the shower this morning and can confirm that it is significantly better than the one I was going to use (if there's a sudden rainstorm). Sadly this made me think about how I was going to do my makeup. Now, I don't do makeup. I do face painting pretty well but serious best-day-of-my-life makeup? Nah! Beach wedding to me says minimal. ...

Sydney Day Two

A travel blog entry by romney39

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... shop - Uniqlo! I have bought almost all of my jeans there in the last three years and a few tops and jackets. Only problem is until this year they were not in Australia. The Melbourne store opened two days after we were there in April. Sydney still only has a pop up store, but even after being open a month, there was a line up to get in. I resisted the urge to join the line - Simon and my credit card both sighed in relief! It was short-lived though, because a while ...

Final day in Sydney

A travel blog entry by kendra.towns

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Final day in Sydney

Well it appears we are almost to the end of our trip. Today was our final day in Sydney since we fly home tomorrow morning. Time to get some souvenirs!

We got up and headed off to Paddy's Markets in the rain. It was across town and even with our now advanced map reading skills we had a hard time finding it. Once inside Heather and I decided we were not fans. The stalls were packed tight with products, so much ...

Sydney

A travel blog entry by jess_luttrell

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... in the world and pictures cannot do it justice, it just takes your breath away on a beautiful, sunny day. Sydney harbor was originally called Botany Bay when Captain Cook first landed in 1770. They were blown away by all of the flora and fauna, so they named it Botany Bay. It was the first place Cook landed and he stuck a British flag on the ground claiming it British, but didn’t return back for another 18 years. ...

Sweet dreams are made of this ...

A travel blog entry by roamas

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We landed at 8.30am ...... WE’RE HOME and I couldn’t be any happier. Thanks for following our blog and I hope to see you soon.

Shell and Shae XXXXXXXXX


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Location

This B&B, located in the Woollahra area of Sydney, is near Victoria Barracks, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Temple Of The Body & Soul, and Sherman Galleries.
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