Kriskindl Guest House

Address: 22 A Hillcrest Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2044, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22 A Hillcrest Street, Sydney, is near Sydney Miniatures and Dolls House Fair, Greek Festival of Sydney, Warraroong Estate, and Hills District Historical Centre.
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Sydney discovery day!

A travel blog entry by laetitiawood on Nov 08, 2015

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... City. Then I followed the Cove around to get to the Opera House. Pretty impressive building! I continued around Circular Quay and then i found myself in the middle of a Vino Festival! Whinding my way through little passage ways and cute staircases i found the oldest building in Sydney - a brewery - oh australian's!!Checked out the cool view from the Observatory Hill before heading ...

Overview from saturday to today

A travel blog entry by hshukeroz on Sep 17, 2015

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... with families... Bronte beach is beautiful and so much quieter than its big brother Bondi...I've found my feet already and ran from Bronte to Bondi and back which is a stunning costal route that literally takes you along the cliffs. I have also spent my time collecting my racing number for Sunday's run and I literally can not wait to run across Sydney harbour bridge with no traffic and just take it all in. All in all I'm loving Sydney and its surrounding areas - there ...

Surfing, hippies and beautiful beaches

A travel blog entry by charlene28 on Sep 17, 2015

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... on walking through the botanic gardens which were home to so many unusual birds, we couldn't believe birds like that lived in the wild.we continued round to were the opera house was, it was so huge up close. We even managed to walk up to the harbour bridge which reminded us of the bridge in Newcastle. I really liked the fair that was underneath the bridge on the other side, it was so similar to coney island in new York.

After we headed back to our hostel to get ...

Bridge climb

A travel blog entry by haslett_karen on Sep 09, 2015

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... both of us being afraid of heights actually managed it and enjoyed it too. The stories about the building of the bridge and the views from It where really something. In parts it was really narrow with steep steps downwards and as the steps are like gauze so we could see the whole way down and all you could see was water. At times like that I took a few deep breaths and just tried to take it all in and not freak out haha Ciaran ...

A Harbor Visit

A travel blog entry by emileeh on Aug 23, 2015

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... also features the Anzac War Memorial with reflecting pool and a beautiful fountain. Not far from the park are gardens and St. Mary's Cathedral.

Beyond Hyde Park are the Royal Botanical Gardens, which cover an enormous chunk of land, almost as large as the city center itself. We wandered around the gardens, following their eastern edge towards Mrs. Macquaries Point. On the way ...

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