Pompei Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1 Forest Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2037, Australia | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Glebe area of Sydney, is near Central Business District, Wentworth Park Greyhound Racing, Friend in Hand Pub, and Queen Street.
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

Hi from sydney

A travel blog entry by mlerch on May 18, 2015

5 comments, 10 photos

... destination for travellers to Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef. It is one of the most popular yachting destination in the southern hemisphere. Several islands have large resorts. We sailed on a catamaran from the ship to Whitehaven Beach. In order to go in the water people were given wet suits as there is still jelly fish and one type can be dangerous. We saw many fish and large turtles in the water. The sand doesn't get hot and we had a ...

The End.

A travel blog entry by kduntley on May 06, 2015

42 photos

... really good at the "Elevator Speech" of my life. After meeting so many new people, from random hostel travelers to woof hosts, you get good at explaining a little bit about yourself in a short time. You also learn to take of and not judge yourself for what you need at certain times. People assume that if you're traveling you have to get out there early and come home late, pack as much as possible into your day, a constant go go go!!! I'm not like that. ...

Putting the last few nails in the coffin

A travel blog entry by skedaddled on Apr 19, 2015

1 photo

... expensive as hell advert I placed in the Sydney Morning Herald was absolutely useless. One small headline, three tiny lines of text and a bill for $66 later and it didn’t help one bit, so Sydneysiders, quick tip don't bother with the SMH, just make sure you have clean, clear signs around your area.

Anyway I’ve ranted long enough so I’ll leave it there for now

Thanks

Justin

14 Sleeps to go!
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Easter in Sydney

A travel blog entry by mariannedave15 on Apr 08, 2015

5 comments, 12 photos

On Good Friday we met up with Elaine and Bob, our Aussie friends who we met in London in the early 1970s. As the rain was rather continuous it was a great opportunity to spend the day chatting over coffee and lunch and using the ferry to take us around Darling Harbour, Circular Quay and Mosman. On our way back in the evening we were lucky enough to be on the ferry when a cruise ship was departing the harbour, which is always a spectacular ...

Touring Sydney

A travel blog entry by bethb14 on Mar 10, 2015

13 photos

... Captain James Cook first discovered Australia in 1770 and aborigines were living here. Sydney was first settled in 1788 when a collection of 11 ships and 1400 people arrived, including sailors, soldiers, and 750 convicts. Many of the areas of town are named for places in England. So it is common to see names like Paddington, Liverpool, Hyde Park, and Windsor. Some of the areas kept their aboriginal name such as woolloomoloo, which means a ...