Victoria Court Hotel Sydney
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Victoria Court Hotel Sydney
Travel Blogs from Sydney
... important, since shopping malls and specific items may not be available in Samoa.
First aid kit, towels, electronic devices, chargers, some basic food, board shorts and clothes are the main items i have packed.
Sunscreen and mosquito rebellant of some sort is most important to beat the insects.
See you all in Samoa! Bye
... the island's power until electricity was available. The building contains the largest marble DC control panel in the world.
After my self-guided tour, I made my way back to the RB Gardens for a mid-afternoon nap and was joined by an Ibis and several seagulls.
Tonight's street entertainment on George Street included a banjo player on one side and a guy playing a Patsy Cline CD on the other side. Let's not try to work for people's spare change, just play a CD! :-)
... can take the climb, you will be absolutely fine. If we can do it so can you!!!
While we were doing the climb Gary went to meet his cousin David, who he had not seen for more than 40 years. His cousin has lived in Sydney for a number of years, so this was a perfect opportunity for a catch up. After our climb we went back to the hotel to meet Gary and we went out for a walk round the Opera House, Governors House and try and spot a ...
... scales on my iPhone no problem. Then a dollar coin, which is bigger than a two dollar coin, because they can. $5 notes are purple, $10 blue, $20 red and $50 yellow; that should help you decode the last paragraph. And 50's are far from rare like they are in England, a weeks food shopping will break into a second one comfortably. Also, the notes are plasticky, presumably so your tears don't stain them as they disappear from your wallet.
... Plaza. I love to see the fishmonger, the flower shop and the smell of the freshly squeezed orange juice at the entrance…and, Ariana remembers it. Great. It is my obsession now, that Ariana remembers our life in Sydney. We then have lunch in Cammeray. This suburb, that only had a “Fish and Chips” worth going to, has changed completely, it is now more upscale, flooded with nice delis and restaurants of all types. It even has a ...