One Darling Harbour
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... from the TV are there. As far as beautiful beaches go, I wouldn't put it up there. It was good to see but I'm sure there are more beautiful beaches in Australia which are worth a visit. After the beach we figured it was time to find a place to stay for the night. We googled camp sites and there was nothing. Not just nothing in Sydney but nothing was coming up around Sydney either. We decided to just head away from the city and see what we could find. We drove for ages ...
... beauty of this place.
It was back to the ferry port again to catch the boat to Manly. Blessed with several beaches, this Sydney district is very popular with tourists. When we arrived, we sat on the pier eating sushi whilst local youngsters hung out, diving off the pier and swimming in the sea. These slim, fit and sun-kissed teenagers just seem to have a completely different lifestyle to what I was accustomed to growing up. I'll be ...
... Canary' for happy hour. i managed to get 3 drinks and a bowl of pasta for $16 which i was very proud of. After a few drinks we headed to Darling Harbour which was about a 5 minute walk away from our hostel, it was gorgeous at night with all the lights reflected in the harbour, and we all decided to return for dinner tomorrow, after that we headed back to Base for the night. ...
... that needs to move on!!
The hotel has a pool and a hot tub on the roof and it is only the 8th floor so very civilised! No bar which is a shame.......improvements to recommend.
We had a helicopter ride booked for this morning so had an interesting journey to get to that. We took a train a double decker no less with not that many people travelling in it! If you go to the airport which was the nearest stop you pay $36 if you get off one stop before you pay $8 all to do ...
... of the building on the store front, attempting to entice prospective tenants to make their mark. We ended our tour of the Rocks by wandering through a market that is only open on weekends. Here, they had anything you could ever want, including wooden racing kangaroos.
We had to be at Darling Harbor by 3PM for a harbor cruise. Darling Harbor was an industrial area from 100 years ago, but it has now been reclaimed for tourism. We met Colin from Harbor Days Sailing Experience ...