Verona Guesthouse

224 Glebe Point Road, 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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Verona Guesthouse Sydney

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Sydney

    Day 1 - Time to fly...

    A travel blog entry by lachlanholmes on Oct 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... were super friendly and very helpful and made it very enjoyable from the very start of my experience with Qantas. At around 10:30 i went to the Mc'Donalds inside the airport to get a small bite to eat but the wait to get my food was over 20 minutes which was far to long for a small meal. I walked around and looked in a few retail stores to waste some time until boarding on to the plane was open.

    The plane ...

    Everywhere you go always take the weather with you

    A travel blog entry by enstone on Jul 16, 2014

    23 photos

    Our first stop in Australia....Sydney. After arriving we went straight out and saw the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House lit up beautifully in the night sky. The next day as it was a clear and sunny day we headed off to the Blue Mountains, Simon loved taking the double decker train and once we arrived their excitement continued as we took the railway which is the steepest in the world at 52 degrees and you drop the height ...

    6 Sleeps To Go....

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jun 12, 2014

    2 photos

    W E N T to see "The Rover" today. I wasn't expecting a Western, but apart from the post global economic collapse theme underscoring the plot, that’s what it was. It was compelling, made more so by a sparse but brilliant cast (especially Robert Pattinson who finally showed me he can act, brilliantly), and the cinema-photography that manages to look slightly bleached, even at night. It was a nice ...

    Best Night Ever

    A travel blog entry by emilydavis92 on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... about the workers that built the bridge and how high we were walking. We learned about people who used to climb it illegally and call themselves the 1-4-1 club and how the city had expanded from the time it was discovered to now. It was an emotional climb simply because of how magnificent the view was and how real it became when we learned about the different people who worked on the bridge. I will never forget this experience for the rest of my life and I'm glad I got ...

    Back to the 21st Century - Australia

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on May 03, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... that we had hardly been able to do any of the recommended 3 months of training for the trek, we assumed we were probably going to be unable to keep up with the Australian trekkers. When golden-muscled runner after runner kept passing us, we would shake our heads and mutter to ourselves “we’re so dead.” Also in contrast to India, food prices in Australia were shocking expensive. They're high even compared to American standards. A cup of coffee is 4 or 5 ...