Pompei Bed and Breakfast
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... tiles! I is just simply amazing up close. If I have the pleasure of spending more time here I'd love to grab a lunch and just sit on the steps of the opera house.
And then of course you have the bridge. It is massive! Even from afar it is just huge! Maybe one day ill have the guts to climb to the top!
From there I wandered up through Circular Quay (pronounced key). This area is filled with ...
After a sleepless night and an uncomfortable check in through security following 2 positive tests for explosives detected, I'm now safe and about to get on my 14hr flight to LA. Looking forward to a stern vodka to calm the nerves.. Note to self.. Security people are MEAN! The only bomb I like is a jäger.. Over and out! ...
... open on Boxing Day (the day after Xmas), and they were all concentrated right around our hotel. It was like Black Friday all over again.
Jonathan and the girls enjoyed the hotel pool while I struggled mightily to figure out how to bypass the geographic restrictions that were keeping us from accessing Netflix and all other video services on our various devices. After way too much time I found a workaround for my laptop but wasn’t confident enough in ...
Good night's sleep and we are off again The plan is to investigate the ferries in Circular Harbour and we take the ferry to Manley which is a 30 min journey . A full English breakfast sets us on ur way and we decided to visit the sea life centre which proved to be a really good decision as we we spent a lot of time there seeing sharks,turtles , penguins and an endless list of exotic fish.The sun now having come out after an unsettled start ...
... The main exhibits were free so we thought we would explore them.
The museum was very well organized and very interesting for all of us. One exhibit was highlighting the role the Australian Navy played in WWI; another explained the lives of early explorers to the South Pacific. There was also a model of Cook's ship, The Endeavour, and Jack was fascinated by the "toilet" system on board. A life sized replica is usually in the harbour, but it was being used for a ...