Tara Guest House
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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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... family and they arrived 23 hours later. The main airlines that seemed to be cancelling and rescheduling are Jetstar and Virgin, Air NZ delayed a few flights. On the plane 30 minutes late boarding, this was one of the reasons we decided to go the night before. Arrived in Sydney and things didn't go so well too plan, first of all shuttle pick up area not that well marked so spent a bit of time looking for bay 11, there is also a taxi bay 11. ...
Our Viking Saga is about to begin. We are currently sitting in the Qantas lounge playing on our iPads, well actually I am booking a hotel in Narita Airport for tonight as I missed the small detail of a fifteen hour stopover in Tokyo. Hope all is well there as we just read in the news that Tokyo has had 7.8 earthquake. We will find out tonight, hope we don't get rocked to ...
... Cemetery. The reserve spans the historic Waverley Cemetery on top of these sandstone cliffs and rock formations.
I have always had a thing for cemetries, and unlike many, I never try to avoid them.. I walked past the various graves in Waverley Cemetery, dating back to the late 19th centuries, many in poor condition, and compensated by the new graves with the architecture spanning two centuries. The cemetery offers views of both the Bronte beach on the left ...
... sleep except every so often we were woken by the sound of an aeroplane entering the room! Turns out we were just on the flight route before landing at Sydney airport. It did sound like they were in the room with us though it was so loud. Monday Today we headed in to Sydney. We found a free car park near the motel so we parked the van and caught the train in to Sydney. The first thing I got excited about was the double decker trains. I've never seen a double decker train before ...
We leave our lovely stay in Australia today and fly to Sydney, Australia's largest city and Botany Bay which Captain Cook "discovered" in 1770. Sydney International Airport is on Botany Bay.
Interesting history was told us that after England lost the American "Civil War" meaning the American Revolution, that the British no longer could send their convicts to the American colonies. The new location was Australia. This was most interesting.