Metro Inn Ryde
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
Photos of Metro Inn Ryde
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Metro Inn Ryde
Travel Blogs from Ryde
... day to spend and it was about 2pm by the time I was ready to go, so I'll go Thursday! I spent the rest of the day walking around Manly and looking for potential accommodation. One hostel I went to showed me a room with 3 beds and 2 guys currently living there... There was no way I could've stayed there, the room was a mess and smelled like boy, let alone the fact that living with 2 boy strangers would be weird enough! I then found ...
... moves. The other evening I watched a pick-up soccer game in the park played by guys who I swear were more skilled than the U.S. Olympic team (I know, what do I know, but they really did look good). I don't know how boxing figures in Sydney or Australia culture, but at the normally empty gym that Jonathan and I use there are typically 50 or so people, ranging in age from 5 to 50, taking a boxing class at 6 AM. Maybe I'll try it once I recover from ...
... and drink from there.
Headed back to the hostel and had a relax for the day, we were going to go to the beach, but decided to have a rest. Spent most of the day sat in an outside bit of the hostel.
Had showers then went to make food, had pasta and mince, was really nice. Headed back to the room.
Ended up watching a film then falling asleep.
... called The Rocks, the last protected area in the centre of Sydney with very old buildings, lots of restaurants and bars, and beautiful craft shops, and of course the essential Ugg shop. It was around 4pm and we were famished. We found a wine bar that had so many selections of wine even Dame 'Awkes was a bit taken aback. Sylvia ordered a Shiraz and I had a beer called Coopers, both were excellent, so it would be a shame not to try one more...... Very nice end to the ...
... cabinet as testimony of having reached the summit which made it look incredibly appealing and stuck the leaflet into our bags.
As we headed back into the centre I had read about the "555 Free Loop Bus" and managed to see it heading toward us, where we jumped off only to be told to get off 2 stops later and wait for the next one that didn't show.
We gave up but got a different bus home using the Opal cards we had just bought, and called it a night.