Tara Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTara Guest House Sydney
A beautiful property in a great location. The friendliest and most helpful of hosts ever. Brom gives fantastic suggestions about what to do here, whether you have been before or are first timers in Sydney. Amazing breakfasts (including freshly squeezed orange juice), lovely rooms, gorgeous bathrooms and important for us, WiFi. Will be staying here when we return to Sydney.
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So it happened.
The Cherubim finally arrived. I have to say, that the countdown sort of snuck up on me. I mean, he reminded me (literally) every day, but STILL, when I woke up at 4am - a full hour ahead of my alarm - I was all like "this *jazz* is about to get real".
... are therefore second cousins. We manage to find each other and go for coffee with his wife Carolyn and AG. We have the travel bug in common. Rick and Carolyn are grey nomads and regularly go away for long periods of time in their caravan. They have circumnavigated Australia at least twice. During our trip in Australia, Rick has been recommending additional must see destinations, most of which have been too distant from our ...
... visit the gift shop. I contemplated a tour but it was $37, and then I don't know what came over me but I found myself at the ticket office and I had brought myself a ticket to see The King and I on Tuesday!!!!! The prices started at $285 (definitely out of my budget) but I eventually managed to get one for $89 with restricted view. I didn't care though, my sister and I were raised on Rogers and Hammerstein musicals as both ...
... Beach for some surfing.
It was actually not too cold, and although we were wearing wet suits, we were toasty warm on our boards.
The waves were rather large, and so we struggled a bit, including a few mighty wipeouts, bt had so much fun in the waves.
We then had a small picnic of hot chocolate and brownies, before heading ...
... Opera house in the bar and take in the scenery. Unfortunately the next day (Sunday) was grey and wet, for the most part anyway. So we decided it was best to do a few indoors things, as we had taken in a lot of the iconic scenery the day before anyway. We headed to Darling Harbour and made our way round the shops and cafes, oh that was after we stopped off at a local market, called paddys market. Now u be-known to me, or Douglas this was a ...