The Metropole Guesthouse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
Photos of The Metropole Guesthouse
TripAdvisor Reviews The Metropole Guesthouse Katoomba
Travel Blogs from Katoomba
... in the morning and Cynthia, Heather's neighbour from 2007 in Bacchus Marsh picked us up; provided lunch and took us on down to Queenscliff where we joined the Blues Train. This is a steam train of 4 carriages with 4 different Blues acts that entertained us for the night. All photos on memory stick to be added on return to UK! The evening commenced with the purchase of souvenir T-shirts and bucket. The bucket was then filled with ice and bottles of water and wine ...
... blue as I was expecting. The reason they are called the Blue Mountains is the haze given off by the Eucalyptus trees creates a vivid blue tinge. We walked down past a large waterfall and around a ridge to get a better view of the valley, it was massive and stretched for as long as you could see. We had lunch at Wentworth Falls and then drove to Katoomba which is the largest town in the Mountains, it was ...
... watching several of the mamas and roos started hopping from the open meadow into the trees. They were so cute! We were picked up at the train station by our airbnb hostess, Laura, and her 6 year old daughter Gracie. They took us back to the house we were staying at. Upon seeing the little buddha statue in the front porch garden and the prayer flags decorating the entrance, I knew I would like it there. Gracie eagerly showed us ...
... does her homework tonight.
Still havin fun.
Today we went to Scenic World in the blue mountains. Mum, Dad Jed and I went on the Skyway, Cable way and Scenic Railway. It was lots of fun and the view was beautiful. We walked throught the Jamison Valley below the three sisters. The three sisters are big tall cliffs that stick out over the valley.
... Some I have reached out to, desperate for guidance, advice, wisdom. They have listened to my ranting, anger, grief, patheticness and responded. Lifting me up, giving me hope, strengthening my resolve and never judging or critical of decisions I make. Just being there.
Those people I am eternally grateful to, I hope they know how much I love them.
Thanks for listening. I felt you all with me