Lord Wolseley Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLord Wolseley Hotel Sydney
This hotel/hostel is handy and the staff are very friendly. Close to China town and an easy walk to the CBD, it has the closeness without the racket when the clubs close. The bar downstairs is like a classic pub. The hostel doesn't have much of a kitchen, so don't expect to be cooking much, there is however a microwave, kettle and toaster so it's easy enough for breakfast and to fix yourself a sandwich...it could however be a bit cleaner.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lord Wolseley Hotel Sydney
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Sydney was my first port of call back in Australia for the start of my whistle stop tour here. The city is the most populous in Australia and is a lively and vibrant city. After spending a night here, I took the train west of the city to the Blue Mountains national park, made famous by the vast eucalyptus forest here. The transpiration off the gum …
... beer and every bottle of wine! There was plenty of good snorkelling and I did a dive in a series of blue holes that form in the coral reef and lead out to the ocean. This meant swimming through caverns and tunnels including one which was only big enough to crawl through - fortunately my buddy knew where he was going! Afterwards he told me I was only the eighth person to do the whole route but he thought I was up to it!
... also only have 2 qualified Greenkeepers....wow!!!
Happy hour commenced with the normal excitement of a dog with 2 ***** only to the realisation that we still had 18 holes to play under lights...oh dear!!!
We are assigned our caddies Sum-tin and Sum-won (yes we have forgotten their names but it was a long day)
What a fantastic experience it was with 9 holes in the Ernie Els course & 9 holes on the Jumbo Ozaki course. ...
we also found we could use the ticket for The Blue Mountains and get off at Katoomba and have a full English Breakfast
, the on to the tourist trolley and see the famous three sisters mountains, the lovely Leura cascades, Mount solitary, the caves ( can't remember what they were called, we had a great day.
I went back to Flight centre and paid the rest of the tour, the flights to New Zealand and the flights to Thailand. I also bought insurance for both trips. A just in case purchase. Now that this is all booked i will begin to book accommodation for Bangkok and Perth.
Im also working on the NSW state election, so i should be able to get some more money.