Harbour Phoenix Serviced Apartments

Address: 131-133 Murray Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2009, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located in the Pyrmont area of Sydney, is near Chinese Garden of Friendship, Australian National Maritime Museum, Australian Museum, and Whale Watching Sydney.
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D-Day – Departure Day

A travel blog entry by dougo on Aug 05, 2014

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... from around 4.30pm, we would not see the towns we wanted to see by the time we reached them had we gone the New England Highway all the way … and besides, we had never driven this route so off we went.

It was a nice road to drive - definitely surrounded by bush and no highway that’s for sure but very pleasant just the same.

Gloucester was the main town on this route and ...

Memories... Like the Corners of My Mind

A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 02, 2014

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... back into the boot of the car.I have to admit, I am going to miss the lodge perhaps the most of all the places we have visited. It has felt so homely and has had an air of familiarity about it. The girls looked so at ease here, throwing on their coats to go outside and play in the snow. I could stand and watch them play for hours, laughing and giggling together. It just seemed ‘normal’. Another lovely thing about being up in the Mountains at ...

Everywhere you go always take the weather with you

A travel blog entry by enstone on Jul 16, 2014

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... The Rocks (where the colony first started when convicts arrived from England) which was just as good and gave an insight as to how The Rocks involved from convict central to the trendy area that it is today. The next day we took the bus to Bronte and watched the surfers ride the waves, we were taken aback by how blue the water was and the fact they were surfing in winter! We walked along the coast to Bondi Beach and though ...

The Living Desert Santuary

A travel blog entry by nehemiahshaunep on Jun 30, 2014

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... Bigest disert in the world

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  • Euphorbia Garden – African ...

  • Sydney Day Two

    A travel blog entry by romney39 on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... Tussauds is at Darling Harbour, when we left we took the opportunity to have a look at the Winter Wonderland area in daylight. I have to say it was much more magical at night, but I am fairly sure that the rain wasn't helping! At least the wind had dropped off a bit so it wasn't completely horrible walking around. We headed back towards the shopping areas in the city that until now we had avoided. I had spotted earlier the Kinokuniya bookshop - we don't have them ...