Adina Apartment Hotel Chippendale

Address: 74-80 Ivy Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2008, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Darlington area of Sydney, is near Chinatown, Woolloomooloo Wharf, Central Business District, and Tribal Warrior Cruise.
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      Easter Weekend

      A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Apr 03, 2015

      98 photos

      ... was petrifying. It couldn't manage the incline in the high gears as it lost speed but if you put it in a low gear being rear wheel drive and no weight in the back, the wheels just started spinning. By this point Matty looked over to me and couldn't believe how drip white I'd gone. I was shaking and on the verge of tears. I'm just glad we swapped driving and Matty was behind the wheel because I was too petrified to drive. As we climbed higher and higher and the road got wetter ...


      A travel blog entry by patandfred on Mar 31, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... really. So to another show at the Aurora then to bed.
      Monday 30th.We woke this morning with reduced sea conditions and reduced bumping and rolling. After breakfast I went to the finial water colour lesson then after a light lunch, we had to pack in order to have our two cases ready to be placed outside of our cabin room by 10.30pm so that they will eventually find their way on the dock for our collection tomorrow morning. We ...

      Circular quay

      A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth on Mar 05, 2015

      ... mostly because I didn't know my room number) but once I figured out which was forward it turned out ok. The room itself is very basic, and a bit shabby which was a surprise, but it will do the job, and I don't intend to be in there often. I then took a quick tour of the ship, saw the pools and the shops and then headed down to pre dinner drinks. I treated myself to a cocktail (bourbon and something, mostly bourbon) and met my first fellow quilter, Sue, and her husband John. There ...

      Under the Pump

      A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Feb 01, 2015

      ... and Paul, another zookeeper, led us through the back hallways to a makeshift “show room.” One-by-one, he unlocked the pens for the animals to come out and play. We got to briefly interact with a stick-nest rat (aptly named because they build nests out of sticks), but he was pretty shy. We also were able to pet George the Bilby while he devoured a cup of worms. The final stop was back through the kitchen to a small room where we were able to hold two feather-tailed gliders. ...

      "Hi, I'm Alastair and I don't want to be here"

      A travel blog entry by cvonsicard on Jan 20, 2015

      12 photos

      ... we headed to 'The Australian Hotel', note the the, clearly a very important place. Here we ate crocodile, emu and kangaroo on pizzas (and duck thrown in for good measure)! Kangaroo is the best, crocodile the worst - just for future reference. We then proceeded to walk 20k, waiting around for the 'Big Bash' (some sort of cricket thing), which Tim and Al were really excited for. As we reached the stadium we noted how quiet ...