Waldorf Apartments North Parramatta
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... at a local eatery, Oceans, who deliver a fine steak and chips. On the way the girls decide to walk and we take the children in Mikes van. As we drive off at the lights we spot the girls and wolf whistle them and 'cooorrrrre' them, teaching our children that it is correct to objectify women in this manner. To us it's ironic but they will not appreciate that and in 15 years Rory and Rudi will be cruising around shouting "coooooore look at 'er", probably eating a ...
... thing we did was to walk across the Sydney harbour Bridge, it isn't a very long bridge, but its a fair walk to get to it, we walked across the bridge to Milsons Point and around to Luna Park where we caught the ferry back to Circular Quay.
We then caught the ferry to Manley Beach, we walked along a wide street full of shops and places to eat before we got to the beach. We then decided to have a drink a something to eat at a pub on its balcony. A couple ...
... trapjes (wellicht is dit nog ergens goed voor☺). Onderweg neemt de gids nog een achtergelaten hond mee (en overhandigt deze later aan een parkranger). Nadat de nodige foto's van de waterval gemaakt zijn lopen we via een kortere route terug naar de bus.
Bij Echo Point is een belangrijke rotsformatie te zien. Volgens overleveringen van de Aboriginals zijn hier drie zussen (Meehni, Wimlah ...
... very impressive. The Danish designer had based it on "orange segments" and if you took each segment from the building and put them together you would have a complete sphere. It was designed in the 50s completed in the 70s at a predicted cost of £7 million and cost over £100 million! We had prossecco which we took up onto the gallery overlooking the harbour. We were blown away by the concert hall when ...
... regroup the thoughts. Called an Uber to take me to the Circular Quay wharf where I to met Vic. Arrived after a really lovely drive to Circular Quay Sydney really is s pretty city when you sit back & really look past the people & the rush. Bags out find a seat & wait for Vic who arrives not not more than 20 mins later. Great to see her, we get our bags put through but have to wait to board until 2.30pm. Off we set for a cuppa & wifi. Cuppa yes no ...