Victoria Court Hotel Sydney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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After a good nights sleep had a lovely breakfast in the atrium. Paid a quick visit to the laundrette and when I came out it had started to drizzle. Donned our macs and got the umbrella and started off towards to the Botanical Gardens. To get there we had to pass the navy base and there were two big ships docked. As we were walking through the …
We left Huskisson after breakfast for the journey to Sydney. We decided to go via the scenic route which is longer but more pleasant. We passed through Callengatta where there is a winery and you can stay in old convict houses! We then got to Kiama and visited the blowhole. Our journey then took us through the National Forest which was very …
... Harbour Bridge right in front of us.
Then we got on a ferry vessel to take us all the way to the Heads...where the harbor meets the "Sea" meaning the Pacific Ocean to Manly Wharf. Again, the weather is perfect with welcoming sea breezes making the 45 minute journey pleasant. Lots of photos. I took 320 pictures today along with a few video clips....notably one of aborigines doing some musical thing. One was playing a big pipe called ...
... this, first a Mammoth, or elephant, not sure which. Then there were pig type things, goats and a sloth. The sloth looked exceptionally creepy with it's claws. The bones were never ending, there was then a giraffe stood there, then birds. There was the skeleton of a little penguin, the ones we'd seen coming home on Phillip Island. Left there and headed upstairs, there were models of tortoise, and a shingle back lizards amongst others. There was ...
Wow, clearly time really does fly when you're having fun. I can't believe I haven't written anything for five months!! I don't even know where to start. So much has happened but at the same time not much has happened if I compare it to the whirlwind of adventures around Asia. I really have loved every single day of living in Sydney though, and I don't want it to end. Rather than just waffle on, telling you about all the things I've done in an order that makes no sense, maybe I will ...