Woodpeckers Bed & Breakfast

Address: George St, Sydney, New South Wales, SO51 0GJ, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Sydney City Center area of Sydney, is near Skywalk, Centrepoint AMP Tower, State Theatre, and Oz Experience.
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

Day 1: I'm on a boat, mother fucker.

A travel blog entry by natoh on Jan 02, 2015

... of the boring airport details, Sydney, cab, boarding in the harbor (we boarded at about 11:30 but didn’t set sail until 4)

This ******* ship though. First of all I guess- my room is awesome. Huge bed, small bar, couch, fairly sizable balcony. Will post photos at some stage… and with food, beverage and entertainment delivered to my door, I really don’t have to leave my room. That was until I saw mum and ...

Happy New Year from Sydney

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Dec 28, 2014

5 comments, 49 photos

... Then it was back to our apartment and into full swing for the new year's celebrations. Sydney does fireworks at 9pm for families, and then the main display at midnight, so we popped up to our rooftop for both, with the very best of views.

1st - today was a lazy day, skyping Rachel's family, catching up on some research for our upcoming travels and then finally making the effort to walk up to Surry Hills and indulge in some Messina icecream - we had been ...

24 Hours in Sydney

A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Dec 26, 2014

5 photos

... of blow-up Santas sitting across the harbor, We finally made our way back to the room, where Jonathan was fast asleep and the girls soon followed suit after a well-rounded dessert of two flavors of Pringles.

The morning we made a discovery that I fear will be repeated during this trip, given that we’ve been in similar situations on past travels: we misunderstood how to operate the washer/drier, and the latter had run the entire night. So, Lorelei was ...

Day 98 - Sydney, Australia

A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Dec 09, 2014

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... This afternoon me and Tom went into town, he was in an horrific mood to start with but did cheer up, he probably wasn't used to being up at 1pm. We got the bus to QVB and then alkyd down to Darling Harbour. We went to the Australian Maritime Museum first which is on the far side of the harbour. To be honest it's not something that I'm particularly interested in but it was pretty good. Firstly we looked around HMS Vampire which was a mine sweeper used during ...

Exploring by foot, train, bus, air, etc

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Dec 06, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... to the train station to catch a train, similar to a GO train, for the two hour ride to Katoomba. No circus people this time. Public transportation in Sydney is kind to families. Only one child pays, and her fare is half the adult one.

Once we got to Katoomba, we bought a family pass for a Hop-On, Hop-Off bus that would take us around the area. This ticket also included entry to Scenic World, which allowed us to ride a special railway, skyway, and cable car. We ...

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