Medina Serviced Apartments Double Bay

Address: Cnr Ocean Ave & Guilfoyle Street, Double Bay, New South Wales, 2028, Australia | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on Cnr Ocean Ave & Guilfoyle Street, Double Bay, is near Panasonic IMAX Theatre, Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, Redleaf Pool, and Pacific Sailing School.
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      From Koalas to Sheep

      A travel blog entry by jackie_w on Feb 22, 2015

      8 photos

      ... were able to get out before it got too crowded. There was a small detour into a bakery before we decided to head back to the hotel and unload our stuff. A little break to polish off our cakes was just enough time to formulate our plan of attack.

      Brenda had seen something up in The Rocks a few days earlier that we were not able to locate anywhere else. So we decided to maximize our My Multi transit pass and take the subway up there. Soooooo glad ...

      8 hours 40 minutes to Sydney

      A travel blog entry by cbaloun on Feb 18, 2015

      2 photos

      ... is very expensive here. For the 3 of us, a meal costs almost $60 AUD. And that was for waters and 2 shared entrees. They don't split checks here and you don't tip. You will be bumped, smooshed, run over, and no one will say excuse me or give one ****. Australians are very rude. The accents change from place to place. Australians only get more difficult to understand especially when talking fast. Things I hate: instant coffee, rude people, and Australian light ...

      Day 19 - Sydney

      A travel blog entry by roisinororke on Dec 26, 2014

      6 photos

      ... It was a bit cloudy to start but I insisted we kept walking until the clouds had drifted leaving a beautiful blue sky over the Opera House, the things you do to get a good picture (like father like daughter!). After waking almost the entire length of the bridge we turned back and walked back to the quay and stopped off for a coffee and a Gylian chocolate shop. After all the walking we thought we deserved a treat so we indulged in a Belgian brownie and a ...

      Sydney - The Bridge, the Arts & the Hat

      A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Dec 05, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... encountered dramatic sky's, lightning and heavy rain. As true Brits, we were the only ones carrying a mac! We then joined a group of workers in a pub having a Christmas drink. They meet every first Friday in December and had been drinking since 11:00am. We joined them for a while, then bid them farewell till next year, and headed to our hotel for a shower then out for the Friday night Christmas market. All of this within 5 mins of our hotel. This was no ordinary market. It ...

      Manning Point to Sydney & Kiama

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 28, 2014

      47 photos

      ... the road at 9.45am being all ship shape for the weekend to start driving onwards to next on agenda, lunch at Port Stephens (our intended stay, just too far to make yesterday). Refuelling before taking off and hurtling along the highway passing over Wang wauk river, Forster-tuncurry, Curreeki creek, coolongolook river all the while raining to clear the clouds before our next stop. At Boolombayte creek the brightening sky tried to show itself and again at Bulahdelah at which point ...