AEA Central Serviced Apartments

Address: 61-65 Regent Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located in the Chippendale area of Sydney, is near Paddy's Market, Chinatown, Central Station Sydney, and Woolloomooloo Wharf.
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

Old Sydney Town

A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 29, 2015

29 photos

... 5 days at sea went by without any feeling of the time dragging. Not sure we would do the same cruise again – interesting seeing the ports we have been to and to arrive in the manner that we have.

Great to catch up with Naomi and her family in Tokyo, with Masa and his family in Osaka and with Belinda, Shaun and Emma in Bali – gave us an extra dimension to the cruise that we thoroughly enjoyed.

Met ...

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday

A travel blog entry by hshukeroz on Sep 12, 2015

... chatting to some locals I'm not sure NRL is my sport but it was a major upset that the Sydney Roosters had lost the game. Home and bed for me, while my roomies tumbled through the door at 3am (oh to be young again) thankfully apart from unexpected room guest (according to Anna he had locked himself out) ha ha I slept soundly until 7am when I received a request from Mrs Rose for some FaceTime action and that brings us to Saturday - but that's for the next blog For now See you soon ...

Watta Lotta Walking

A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Aug 28, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... sunlit setting. Now that we were sufficiently suffonsified, we headed to Circular Quay (part of the harbour where the ferries dock) to take the ferry to Manly. Manly is a remote area of the city, well known for its beautiful sandy beach. Because of its popularity, it has become very touristy. The main street is comprised of numerous coffee shops, restaurants, souvenir shops, etc. Still, like many places, you have to experience it at least once. Our tour guide ...

Rocks Market and Luna Park

A travel blog entry by smithputney on Aug 23, 2015

... more varied version of the permanent ones in Covent Garden. we bought a few small things including some dairy free chocolate at different percentages up to 99%. At the top end their was a caricature man and Tash and Ed both had theirs done. I watched a man doing some spray painting art and also sussed out where the Bridgeclimb office was ready for tomorrow. We walked back down the market and the kids had a corn on the cob on a stick. We bought a ...

Hi from sydney

A travel blog entry by mlerch on May 18, 2015

5 comments, 10 photos

... which is supposed to be the main shopping street) And zig over to George Street to the store. I get my suitcase and I'm off to the hotel. I repack my stuff splitting it into two suitcases and it is amazing all the stuff we have. For dinner we start to walk back down to the Rocks area and find a neat english pub where we have dinner. Food is quite expensive in Sydney. Today is our final day of the trip. We have organized all our suitcases and today we head out ...