Rockfort

61 Lower Fort St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near BridgeClimb, The Rocks Walking Tours, Sydney Theatre Company, and Hero of Waterloo Hotel.
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Sydney day 2

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Jul 25, 2014

Woke up & we went to the "block" store (ballet shop) as Melissa was wanting to buy a new leotard, but in the end she didn't buy anything. So we let a bit earlier than everyone else and went into a shopping mall around the corner and Hanna (Melissa's friend) managed to buy herself a ball dress! Then we ran back to the hostel as by this stage we were running so late! But we arrived in plenty ...

Who am I?!

A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Jun 11, 2014

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... They also ask would I like to do an IQ test and a 'how clumsy are you' test as well, I'm like yeah sure.

The test results come back for the IQ and I'm basically a genius, Mensa will soon be calling me to join. The average IQ is 100 and I scored 123 and to get into Mensa you need about 139, so I'm not far off at all. I'm so chuffed, I was like omg wow I'm intelligent. The results for the clumsiness test come in and I wasn't sure what this would ...

Australia Museum

A travel blog entry by ajones1329 on May 18, 2014

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... Maralinga Tjaruta (the atomic testing site of Western Australia where Aboriginal People were forcibly moved off their native land), the Australian Government's Apology to the Aboriginal People in 2008, the assimilation of Christianity into the Aboriginal Culture, the geological landscape of the continent that includes almost all known rock types from all geological time periods over the past 3.8 billion years, the few ...

Sailing..

A travel blog entry by andrewdavies on Apr 20, 2014

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... and then listened to two artists - the first being a reggae outfit called "One Love Band" (don't you just loooooove reggae) who, amongst other things did a very rock-steady reggae version of Sandy Shaw's "Puppet on a string"; then we went to hear Jim Brooksbank on the piano, with the highlight being the audience participation during the falsetto section of Del Shannon's "Runaway" - "Why why why why why, she ran away" - myself and Ali ...

Out of the city and into the blue mountains

A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen on Apr 05, 2014

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... the 'Three Sisters'. To be honest, when we arrived the mountains were covered in low cloud and we thought yesterday's purchase of an umbrella would again be put to good use. But the rain held off and eventually the cloud and mist did disappear and allow us to take some good pics. Scenic World, besides being surrounded by natural beauty through its forests, sandstone cliffs and waterfalls, also has some man made attractions. Firstly there was the cableway. This ...

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