Bells at Killcare Boutique Hotel, Restaurant and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I could sit and rest my feet! Decided we'd go and walk around the Opera House an Observatory tomorrow as we were knackered and the free bus ended at 15:30. So headed back to the bus. Managed to get off at Woolworths so we could go and get some drinks and pasta, then headed back to the Hostel.
The room was rather hot, as expected and the room was now full. We sat about in the room sorting out photos for a while, then had showers. We made tea ...
... fireworks at 9pm, a warm up 90 second show at 10.40 and the fantastic main event at midnight. Where the Sydney fireworks differ from London, is that while using the bridge as a centrepiece, there are firing points all the way out to Paramatta, so the fireworks display was spread over several miles, all in unison. The London ones are concentrated on the London Eye. And of course the weather, temp was 23C for midnight.
... back to wake Poppy up, for andy to change into another of his birthday t-shirts from mum & Dad. Using the last of our stocks we enjoyed another drink at the apartment and a dance to get us in the mood for carrying on with the birthday celebrations. Wandering down to Beach Road Hotel for sambucas & drinks to start our evening sesh, it was not very busy and the music was dross as we were sat looking out over to the opposite bar and the vibrant & ...
... 18 different countries and cultures, we finally arrive at Sydney Harbour Bridge and finish a trip of a lifetime.
*Weather as usual – Sydney Harbour will look at its best in the photos.
*Our plan is to arrive at Blue Point on the North side of Harbour Bridge by 1 p.m. Helena and Tim, dear Rally friends, who live part of the year in Sydney, will meet us there and share a bottle of ...
... brass, concrete and stone
History: Dedicated to the memory of Sir Leslie Morshead who was a prominent Australian and veteran of World War One and World War Two.
Best viewed from: Any angle
Of interest nearby: State Library of NSW, Botanic Gardens, The Conservatorium of ...