Wahroonga Waldorf Apartments
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... Australia knew all about the mountains and made up lots of stories about them. The stories are called The Dreamtime. We visited The Three Sisters rocks. This is the story about the rocks:
it is easy to get lost in The Blue Mountains. The bush of gum trees is very dense. It is possible to walk in it but you need a very experienced guide to make sure you get out again. It is easier to look at it from the various vantage ...
... every year which most of you know by now and it's things I haven't done or would like to do and things I just have to make time to do them! Big or small it's really about me! This year I've been slow to make it, I've done a lot in my life, I've been to more places than most and I've experienced incredible things and have amazing friends and family! So what more could I want!? So... 1. Volunteer with the Cancer Society 2. Daily, remind myself to chill ...
... Didn't really matter just needed to sit. Ride in slow as drop off other people to different hotels I am last no big deal.
Arrive at my Hotel walk into the entrance straight away I thought I had arrived in an Asian city. Dry cleaning piled up the walls all neat in plastic bags an Asian gentleman behind the counter he also for photo ID. I a bit taken a back as this is usually what occurs in Asian cities not Aust cities but you do what you must. Lovely bloke very helpful. ...
... that every major road in Sydney was named after various former governors with egos the size of the streets they named after themselves! Other facts included the city's first hospital being funded by the privatisation of the rum industry and the ironic presence of a former forger on Australia's currency. After this very busy day, we indulged in some sophistication and enjoyed happy hour in Darling Harbour.
As the weekend rolled around, we wandered up to the ...
... all the other Woolys that we once knew.
Our host had recommended Shakespeare’s for lunch, and we enjoy reasonably price pub grub, but are shocked to find that a local draft beer is $8.00.
The clouds have descended again, but we decide to do still do a bit of sightseeing, so take the free No. 555 city shuttle bus through the Central Business District (CBD) ...