Manor House Boutique Hotel Sydney
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... we were not so impressed! Heading back into the city we put our tourist hats back on and walked around the art gallery and a couple of museums such as the Mint, and the old barracks! Back to China town for some authentic Chinese food and Jasmine tea for dinner tonight, which for me was surprisingly delicious!! Will definitely be ...
On the first day in Sydney I put my luggage in my hotel room that costs $122 a night, then got in a taxi so I could rent my car that costs $91.16 for four days. After that, I came back to the hotel and put my pajamas on and went to sleep.
On the second day in Sydney, I went to the lobby to get free breakfast then I went back to my room to start unpacking my things. After a few hours, I decided to go get ...
... and tea and then finished at about 1pm, we had had enough by then and had filled the platform with three rows deep AMAZING just how much we got done on those few hours ! Buying that wood splitter was a very good idea. Today we split the last log from a load we picked up from Margaret's dad, Reg's place, at Blaxland more than 5 years ago :) And it was so tough, it still put up a fight BUT the splitter won ! Finally we had a lovely shower and clean clothes, lunch, washed ...
... was the first night on rough seas.
We forgot to put our clocks forward when we went to bed, and when we woke up in the morning, we took our time, planning to have breakfast then go to listen to a talk on the upcoming shore excursions, and that was when we found out that we were an hour behind. Tonight we also need to put the clocks forward another hour, so we will do that before going to bed this time.
The first morning when we went ...
... in general. The first part of the climb takes place under the road as you walk out beyond the concrete pillars holding up the road to the bridge. You then climb four steep flights of stairs which take you from below the road, to road level and beyond to the top of the upper arch. At this initial part there was a chance for photos (taken by Phil) before we actually headed up on top of the bridge. The views from here were spectacular and got better with every ...