Waldorf Apartments North Parramatta
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... a wish in the Trevi Fountain before a relaxing tour through the Spanish Square. This evening transfer to Florence.
08 JUL 15- Day 14: Florence – Pisa - Genoa (B)
Today see why the Italians are famous for their art with a tour around Florence to visit beautiful sights including the Piazzale Michelangelo, the Ponte Vecchio, Duono, Campanile Tower and the Uffizi gallery. Wander around the local markets and buy some of the ...
... and snorkelling activities in abundance here. I have mentally noted this point, to come back, with a PADI certification, to take the three-fourths of an hour trail covering 600 meters underwater....someday.
And soon I reach the small beach of Coogee enclosed by cliffs on either sides..
After the panoramic views across bays, coves, cliffs and beaches, it was time to relax... and as I was looking out for a place to have a quick bite, i did come across ...
... see the veterans from World War II onwards. Unfortunately, all of the World War I veterans have now passed away and many of the World War II veterans are too old or infirmed to participate in the March.
Present were Adrian, Vanessa, Sophie and Isaac - Meaghan, Todd, Lucy and Hudson - Renee and Adam - Roz and Jim.
It was a proud day for the family !!
The day began with the Dawn Service at ...
... got a little damp. We got off at another stop and watched a brass band play in the rain for a little bit. All in all it was a pretty good day. I'm glad we got to see it. We tried again to find somewhere to pull over near the city but to no avail. We ended up heading out of the Sydney city all together and towards Gosford our next destination. We drove for a while and then pulled over at a rest station which was really pretty right by a lake with fishermen doing a spot of night ...
... Park, the oldest national park in the world, we are told on the other bank of the Port Hacking River. On the walk it was interesting to see and hear various unfamiliar to us birds, flowers and trees. We are thoroughly enjoying it.
Then back to the Dean's home and getting ready for Bible Study about 45 minutes drive away at the Community Centre where services and other meetings are conducted. Traffic was very heavy at this time of evening and ...