Tricketts Luxury Bed & Breakfast

270 Glebe Point Rd., Sydney, New South Wales, 2037, Australia | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Glebe area of Sydney, is near Sydney Fish Market, Paddington Markets, Vagabond Cruises, and Sydney Seafood School.
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    Sydney Australia

    A travel blog entry by kkmedia on Jul 14, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... Opera House. As you can image the views were spectacular. Once we arrived at the Zoo we headed to the Koala walk-about where we saw a number of Koala sleeping in the trees. Many of them were curled up in what looked like very uncomfortable positions, but regardless they are so cute. We then wondered around and many animals including the Australian Tasmanian Devils and kangaroos. After we rode the Sky Safari down to the ferry station ...

    5 Sleeps To Go....

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jun 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... a keen eye. At one point towards the end of the evening I had a few people around me while I played Stairway to Heaven, Dead or Alive, and some Lightning Hopkins blues. Everyone was very appreciative and totally gone on the music. When I was packing up Hossain exclaimed, “They loved you!”

    “I knew if I had my chance,” I told him, “that I could make those people dance and maybe they’d be happy for a while.”

    He got ...

    Best Night Ever

    A travel blog entry by emilydavis92 on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... would need to do the climb like our harness, head light, handkerchief, rain jacket, and fleece (since we were going up after sun set). Next we had to practice climbing and descending the ladders that get us on and off the bridge. After all of that we were finally ready to get moving and start our climb. I became so excited and emotional because I have been waiting to do this since September when I decided to come on this study abroad. Our climb was amazingly ...

    Visit to Sydney

    A travel blog entry by aaranda on May 29, 2014

    30 photos

    ... to a place called House of Crabs and you know me, seafood is always a huge win for food! They bring out the seafood in bags where they soak it in the flavor that you want. Jumped straight in and made a mess, good thing we got bibs!  June 1- Last day there I managed to get in one of the best frozen coffees I have ever had from this little hole in the wall place that was packed! After this just had a chill day and got breakfast with Lex and Lewis who is one Jacob's ...

    Back to the 21st Century - Australia

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on May 03, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... fit in well to their adopted country. Australia is a very young country, at least in terms of European settlement. England didn’t start colonizing Australia until 1788 (using convict labor rather than slaves to build the new colony), well after America had already won independence. Most of the population didn't settle there until after WWII. Because Sydney is so young, it has few historical buildings or neighborhoods and much of the city looks like an outdoor ...