Savoy Serviced Apartments

Address: Cnr. king St. & Kent St., Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Oztrails, and Balloon Aloft.
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

Premier Jour - Sydney, Singapore, Paris!

A travel blog entry by meaden on Dec 01, 2014

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... are 400 words for rain. It would seem the French have no words for shower or deodorant. At least, not the couple sitting next to me. Regardless, I was so tired - I had fallen asleep before the plane even took off. Being a A380 it is very smooth and very quiet, so I slept for quite a few hours. Waking only briefly to take in the charming odour then drift off again. 500 million hours of flying later, and we're commencing our landing into Paris. Bonjour et ...

G'Day from Sydney!

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 11, 2014

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... before entering the plane (I was being super organised as well planning to rehydrate myself but nooooo Australia has some law about bringing in foreign liquids!)

Getting into Australia was easy! For example I was getting ready to be interrogated with questions like: How long are you staying for? Do you have enough money to enter the country? Where are you staying? Blah blah..but noooo not even a smile or a welcome to Australia. Well ...

Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 30, 2014

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... we continued around the garden walk, seeing the lake, fountains, Chinese garden and bamboo stretch. Coming back around to the the opera house straight, with the harbour sea crashing up against the wall and splashing us as we passed. Being so hot, ice slushes were needed to cool us down, before taking the ferry back to Double Bay. This time on the ferry we sat out back in the open to watch the iconic Sydney backdrop retreat into the distance. Once off the ferry ...

Australia to me.

A travel blog entry by nomadicblonde on Oct 07, 2014

... line. Walk away. They wont notice their mistake. 14. You mean I can claim ALL of my tax and super back. Hey thats $300 dollars a week. Times that by 52... are you sure? Sure I'll take that. Hey America. 15. People LIVE in hostels here. Like they make bed fortresses. Get uppity about fridge space.  Probably plot to steal your cheese whilst you sleep. Whatever. Either way, there are no secrets in these places. Your **** is laid bare for all to ...

The big adventure begins

A travel blog entry by ableak10 on Oct 05, 2014

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... wonderful opportunity.

My passion for Technology education stems from when I was little. My dad was always making, my mum was always making, my nan was always making and therefore I love making. I have a fond memory of making a ply wood box as a kid. I clearly remember my thought pattern. I don't think I would have been any older then about 5. I found a piece of 3mm ply wood and I remember thinking if I cut this into a bunch of squares then I can make a ...

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