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 Easy Rider Motorbike Tours.
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So far behind!

A travel blog entry by jenren on Jun 22, 2015

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... attendant told us to watch out for emus and we thought she was joking, but it turns out they love to run out in front of cars around dawn. Anyway, we made it safely. We then went straight to the Blue Mountains which were beautiful. We had such a fun time hiking in their "Grand Canyon". The girls were troopers all the way through the hike. Finally, we made it to Sydney. We are staying in the Marriott that is right ...

Sydney WC 8th June 2015

A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Jun 14, 2015

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... on Sunday. The weather was beautiful once again which was a little disappointing but after our lie in it did give us chance to have a sit in the park over whilst Vicky had a coffee before heading in. Public holidays are even more relaxed than a Saturday as well A though it came to a shock to some customers in certain parts of Australia. It appears that the Queen's birthday isn't celebrate across the whole of the country with only a number of states ...

So...Much...Sightseeing, but I love it

A travel blog entry by alexinau on Jun 02, 2015

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Well the past two days have been a lot of adventures! On Monday mom and I went on a helicopter tour by Blue Sky Helicopters and we went all over Sydney. We saw the bridge, Opera House, the beaches, and even where Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban got married... needless to say the castle was huge even in the sky. It was a perfectly sunny and clear day so it was gorgeous outside to fly around and take in the city. After that mom and I went on a pub tour! It was a historic pub tour ...

An amazing week in Sydney

A travel blog entry by robhoskin on May 21, 2015

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... it was incredibly busy (Don't worry, Chelsea passed on her frustrations in a detailed survey at the end). The highlight was seeing two Dugongs which are massive sea mammals which we'd never heard of before. After the aquarium we got the ferry across to the popular town of Manly. Many of Sydney's attractions are across the harbour and a short, cheap ferry ride is needed to access them. As well as having a decent beach many people go to Manly to drink in one of ...

To Sydney

A travel blog entry by eganic on Apr 26, 2015

A greek yogurt, green banana and macadamia breakfast was followed by 15mins of strength exercises. We left the hostel at 9:30am and were planning to go back to Up Beet for breakfast, however it was closed on a Sunday! We therefore topped up the opal cards Georgia's family had given us and boarded the earlier train at 10:36am. We found out that Sunday has a daily cap of $2.60 for unlimited travel, so we got all the way back to Sydney for less than half price. On the train I ...

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