Central Private Hotel

Address: 358 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Surry Hills area of Sydney, is near The Opera Centre, Paddy's Market, Central Station Sydney, and Belvoir Street Theatre.
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      Travel Blogs from Sydney

      Sydney: Exploring the Suburbs

      A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... around the edges quality that fashionable enclaves tend to have. The main street has cafes, restaurants, vintage boutiques and charity shops galore making it easy to imagine leisurely weekends spent mooching around. Soon to be another victim of gentrification, I imagine!

      Balmain: this area, on the other hand, is already an upmarket area of Sydney. We reached Balmain via the ferry and followed a suggested walk in Nicola and Ashley's guidebook. ...

      Intro to Sydney

      A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... have picked out the bad guy and the good guy, I would have realized a bit of what was going on, but a lot of details would have gone straight over my head. Long story short, I’m pretty sure I’m not nearly fancy enough to enjoy opera.

      Tomorrow is our last day in Australia. Plans are to tour Sydney, go to the zoo, and muck about the harbor in a boat. After that we continue on to New Zealand! And the adventure continues. ...

      Bittersweet Sydney

      A travel blog entry by mfhshistory on Jan 24, 2015

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      ... was bittersweet to make it home.

      I just want to use this entry to thank everyone who made this trip possible. First, the parents, without your care and support this tour would not have got off the ground. You have been utterly fantastic! You gave the students the opportunity to spread their wings and experience the world, an experience they will never forget. You supported the blog, you helped the staff every step of the ...

      Day out being silly

      A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... our New Years' Eve photos as it was all lit up.

      We arrived at about 12 o'clock and the queues were not too long to get our tickets. $49.99 (25) for an all inclusive ride on everything as many times as you wanted ticket. Bargain!

      The first thing Bryan wanted to do was the Wall of Death!

      This is the one where they spin you around very fast and then drop the floor out from under you. We had to do this first as we were hungry and the consequences ...

      We arrive in Sydney

      A travel blog entry by argallichan on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... and booked a tour for later in our stay. We then went for a wander round the harbour - there were an awful lot of tourists, (anyone would think it was a major city in the sunshine two days before New Year), and headed to The Rocks. After a very long wander around what turned out not to be The Rocks, looking for the restaurant where we wanted to have lunch, we finally found it and enjoyed an al fresco salad - with the cobbled streets and ...