Metro Inn Ryde
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
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First full day in Sydney, and I was promised a heat wave, the TV stations are more obsessed with the weather then they are back home. Sleep really badly but ended up streaming the Arsenal game at 4am and watching that. Went into Lane Cove this morning to pick up some food, the shopping area is quite small but petty trendy, few cafes in the plaza and a massive Woolworths (The upmarket supermarket!). It was petty hot this morning, we were in town at 1130ish and it was ...
... us of how Chinese tourist groups work. First impressions, remembering its 11pm, was good clear main roads with the occasional bottleneck for tunnels, plus a maze of roads leading off the main arteries. Driving over from Lantau Island to Kowloon we could see the container port, it was huge and impressive. Having lost 5 hours not sure how we will sleep ...
... prunes, not just laxative effects; * The US industry based almost solely on French Improved variety, the breeding program has identified new varieties but not many in commercial production; * A lot of work being done on alternative rootstocks; * There is potential for the Australian prune industry to expand and maybe export to the US, our quality is as good as theirs and they are looking for more fruit, depends on the price offered. The tour has been ...
... ceiling. It opened with one of the band members playing the 10,000 pipe organ. It is not played many times a year so this is a rarity and we are pretty lucky to hear it. She played for about 7 minutes. Then the band played for 1.75 hours. They were we well received and though we were certainly two of the few older people, I can say it was a pleasant experience, though I felt that the opening songs seemed to not be of the high quality sound I was expecting with all the ...
... up our lunch, stopping at a park to eat our chicken sandwiches and brownies!
After lunch we headed to the 3 sisters. These are 3 rocks on the edge of a mountain that aborigines used to use to tell tales to their children.
The story goes that a village elder who believe the kangaroo shin stick he had possessed magical powers. His wife complained his 3 daughters were always misbehaving and left her husband to deal with them. He had to go our hunting ...