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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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So it would appear that most students in this city wear a School Uniform of one kind or another. From little kids with floppy hats in a variety of colours such as blue and green dressed in T-Shirts and shorts to match to teens and college age in polo shirts and slacks or in some cases plaids. Blues, maroon, yellows, green, burgundy, a real kaleidoscope of colours. So today was about exploring Sydney on foot. It is ...
... down and we got dropped off in Surry hills for lunch at About Life whilst my dad went back to the Langham to sleep off his illness. About Life was an amazing health food shop, like wholefoods, but with a greater and healthier buffet selection of salads and hot food. I had the cacao chilli, raw vegan lasagne, sauerkraut and a high protein beef salad to name a few of my selection crammed into the large box. ...
... the town. Bowral is famous for being the home of Sir Donald Bradman, the cricketer, making it even more like a little English replica. It was a lovely day with our kind hosts, who made us so welcome.
Easter Monday arrived and today Dave and Bob are booked for the Bridge Climb. Elaine and I decided to watch their ascent from the Bridge Pylon, which we accessed by walking further along the road and by climbing many stairs up to the ...
... at the neighborhood Gymea where Bruce lives. After two stops Beatrice Stefanovic boarded the train and traveled the rest of the way into Sydney. She is a widow, an elegant and gracious woman with whom we enjoyed spending the day.
We arrived at Circular Quay and met deacon Jim and Lynn Carnocan from Sydney. They both were at the Bible Study last night. Also deacon Dallas Drury from up towards Newcastle came down. Then elder Matt Seiiff and ...
... drinks here are so expensive so we only had 3 drinks or so each,but we still had a great laugh and a great night. Stupidly we forgot to check yesterday if Chilli Blues had space for tonight so when I woke up early this morning to see if we could stay longer, we were told that they were fully booked. So last minute, an hour before arriving here, we managed to book HQ backpackers which is on the same road as Chilli Blue, Victoria Street in Kings Cross. The actual hostel is ...