Victoria Court Hotel Sydney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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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 …
Last night was one of those evenings where I couldn't get to sleep for love nor money! A mixture of 25 degree humidity, rubbish air con in our studio flat, and the noise from out in the street were a winning combo. I think I eventually drifted off to sleep at around 3:30am As a result, I was pretty knackered most of the day! We still had a great time :) our first port of call was the get the ferry from ...
... of shrimp, salmon and steak. Time to get back to vegetables. For the last hour Bob and I sat close together and talked about the great trip we had had. It was everything we had hoped for and much more. This is my last blog to you. Thank you for the interest you have shown. It was fun to share the trip with you. If you didn't have time to read it all, I totally understand. We are just happy to have the record of all we saw and enjoyed. We wish you all a very Merry ...
... We went to Manly Bay, which was a quaint little place a ferry ride away, and Bondi Beach, where we spent most of the afternoon sleeping in the sun. The evening consisted of more 'goon' (sure we will be sick of it by the end of the month-but it's the way the poor travelling folk drink!) and another late one-I know, what's happening to Polly and I?! We are turning back time into students again! Our last day in Sydney meant a trip to The Blue Mountains. ...