Verona Guesthouse

Address: 224 Glebe Point Road Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales, 2037, Australia | B&B
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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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    End of our travels. What an amazing 18 months

    A travel blog entry by brettandemma on May 05, 2015

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    After our final 2 days In Sydney it was time to get on that plane and return home. After 18 months our travels had finally come to an end. We've seen too much stuff, done too many things, met too many people, spent too much money and wrote too many of these poxy blogs to list it all but what an incredible journey and an unbelievable, unforgettable experience. So Until the next time... (and I'm 110% certain there will be a next ...

    Longest Day EVER!!!

    A travel blog entry by smythadventures on Mar 31, 2015

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    ... there was just Ryan and Molly, but now Molly is one month away from introducing baby Clark into the world. Seeing our good friend with a big pregnant belly was a great reminder of how long we have been gone and how much has happened over the last year. Unsurprisingly, after 30 some hours awake, as soon as our heads hit our pillows we were out for the next 13 hours. We were back, we were safe, and we were all in one piece. Adventure was out there and we found it, now it is time to rest. ...

    The Rocks and the Blue Mountains

    A travel blog entry by luckyme1wayaway on Mar 25, 2015

    ... with an english family, we (a girl I met in the hostel the evening before) arrived in the place with amazing endless view, behind hundreds of chinese tourists..but we adapted us quickly and made at least so many pictures as they did in a lot of photo sessions (the day with the most pictures), then we rode with the steepest train in the world and had a nice picnic in the remote area which the tourist buses can't reach:)

    Day Forty Eight 08/03/2015 Domingo 8 March

    A travel blog entry by marionbenson on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... a look for 'Suez Canal',named because of the way the water ran down it when it rained, it was also the site of a former hospital.It was another interesting area to wander through and offered us some shade and coolness,there were also some lovely shops to pursue.We had a walk into the visitor centre and had a look around, got some information on Manly Beach and Sydney Explorer sightseeing tour.We then went back into the Suez Canal area and found a cafe, where we had something to eat and ...

    Sydney - I call it the land of Neons

    A travel blog entry by richajasuja on Mar 07, 2015

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    ... home grown and promoted brands). Shopping at Myers, Pitts Street, the Hay Markets were a sure way to see a varied interests.

    If you are a wine person, Hunters Valley is must. I think i was just taken aback with the beauty of that quintessential town. The vineyards and the cheese were all that I could eat and drink. Try their Semilion (if you are up for some fruity white wine), the reds are also good.

    Oh and why the land of Neon --- People ...