Metro Inn Ryde
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... So whilst the homesteads have water as long as they can afford to pump, the land is incredibly dry and dusty. They took out a road train of cattle yesterday and are currently mustering another load for tomorrow to go to the meat works at Townsville. Whilst they r getting good prices at the moment because of lack of supply, that is going to be a problem when there is no cattle left. The family is very stoic with Grandad here at the moment helping saying he has never seen it ...
Made our way slowly down to Darling Harbour where we were to board the Sydney Supercat at 5 pm. A birthday present for Kevin, this trip is to see the Vivid Lights from the water. As darkness fell (quickly as it does here), we ventured out into the harbour along with so many other boats & ferries as well as another very big passenger liner leaving Circular Quay. Past Luna Park sparkling on the other side, we floated around for a little ...
... off at 6 am onwards and flying
until 11 pm. We probably would not have minded this except that we had
single pane windows and would sometimes have to stop our conversation
while the plane finished flying overhead. Somehow no one mentioned any
of these things in any of the reviews online for the accommodation. With
no word from our landlord and no idea where to park our car the next
day, at midnight that first night we madly put out an email to ...
... Atlanta airport was huge! We started walking to the baggage carousels and began to wonder how far we were going to have to walk because we noticed that you could also catch a train to get there! And it was a long walk but it was also nice to finally be able to stretch our legs after being stuck on planes for so long. And our bags were right there waiting for us once we got there. Then more walking and then a train to the rental car "suburb" of the airport - did I mention that this ...
... area we'd landed in was called Kings Cross - pretty much everything in Sydney comically named after places in the UK - and it had that very London like quality of having sleazy cheap strip clubs and McDonalds at one end of the street, and then expensive, trendy apartments and brunch cafes just a few doors down.
After crashing out we woke up bright and early, ready to take on the city and an absolutely stunning day weather wise. A nice chap in the tourist ...