George Street Private Hotel
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... the train to the airport. I found the city to be very charming. It is clean, uncrowded and easy to navigate on foot. Sydney, with the harbor, the iconic bridge, hills and residential neighborhoods opposite the urban waterfront, reminded me of a scaled back version of San Francisco. One important difference of course is the climate, which I would guess to have temps similar to San Diego but with a steady supply of rain throughout the year. The warm ...
... and varying space for all of this. We kind of set our minds on a place in Zetland near Emma & Nick with a pool and gym as they were new buildings and weren't in a bad location but we couldn't find the right fit. Getting fed up of searching we opted for an apartment in Ultimo near the city but were beaten to it by another couple. In hindsight though we may have come out on top...Sydney rental and presumably buying property prices is ridiculous. You can be looking at ...
Tuesday 23rd December 2014
The next morning was a tiresome one. The sun had done some damage yesterday and we had walked a fair distance so we took our time getting ready but made some excellent plans for the day after.
Having stopped off at the information centre at the Rocks, I grabbed hold of a company - Blue Bananas - that did tours around Sydney on electric bikes. Having hired normal bikes to get our way around previous cities and towns on our ...
... snaking it up and down the never ending winding road. I gruffly enquired could the main A1 Princes Highway not bypass this stomach wrenching drive, but appeared not this was the fastest route on the slowest speed just didn't make sense, the other route took us equally all around the houses the long way at the fast speed. Driver had the last word, and me & Poppy had to hold on to our guts and not look down the sides of the steep mountain slopes as we ...
... we continued around the garden walk, seeing the lake, fountains, Chinese garden and bamboo stretch. Coming back around to the the opera house straight, with the harbour sea crashing up against the wall and splashing us as we passed. Being so hot, ice slushes were needed to cool us down, before taking the ferry back to Double Bay. This time on the ferry we sat out back in the open to watch the iconic Sydney backdrop retreat into the distance. Once off the ferry ...