The Maisonette Hotel
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... these two are adorable!) I was pretty hungry at this point and ate way to many "bickeys" (short for biscuits meaning crackers) and cheese! After that we went to the local "hotel" (bar/ restaurant) for some dinner. They treated me to a delicious Cajun Chicken Sandwich, "chips" (Fries) and a Lemon Lime Bitters (Paulines favourite soft drink). Everything was excellent! Now we're back and I am going to bed very soon as I am quite tired! Also, FYI ...
... took 35 mins from the airport as there was no traffic at that time.
I was really pleased as my ear didn't give me any trouble, so hears hoping it will continue.
We were greeted by Grace who we have known for a few years. Much to our suprise we were upgrade to a much larger room as they thought we would need it to fit all our shopping in.
Had a few drinks then off for a much need ...
... we tried to come through to the Opera House but this site was already closed down. So Plan B, heading further up to Mrs Macquaries Point. This was a wide park area and could hold lots of people. Bags were checked that no glass and alcohol is brought to the place. The best points were already occupied and we found a shady place to wait for the next hours. Until 18.00 nothing happened, then the airshow started, ...
... the midwest of the US, with wooden houses on wide streets with plenty of space but with the difference that they also have some small cars here.
The weather was a comfortable 22 degrees and overcast.
Although I should have been tired and gone to sleep I couldn't resist a trip to town. I was really excited to be in Australia now and needed to go and see some cool stuff.
Lulu had to get some shopping done in town anyway, so we took the bus and had a look around.
... called ladies baths. It costs 20 cents to enter and you can enjoy a pool and area to lie around. Nat says it has every type of female including old hippies. There was a mom and baby group beside us. What a nice way to spend the day. You feel so special at places like this. We went to lunch and shared a chicken burger with avocado and bacon and lettuce. It was ...