Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Central
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A comfortable, convenient hotel very close to Central Station.
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... football and rugby though! Once the game was over we got ourselves nice and comfortable ready for Tom and Ed to come on, we weren’t prepared to run to the front like the gaggle of teenage girls that were queuing behind us however! Tom Jones has still got it I have to say, he was belting the tunes out and dancing like your grandad would and Ed was soulful and skilful as ever doing it all on his own without the support of a band!!
... In addition she found a really nice check top shirt and so we bought those. By now I was getting ****** as it was already marching on for 12:40pm.
We got back and said our goodbyes to Dad and loaded Barbara’s car and off to the airport.
She dropped us at about 1:40pm and we proceeded to check in. We had a scare there as they wanted to charge me NZ$40 for excess baggage. Now as I had taken the double to go and get an extra ...
... the US Department of Homeland security and organised my travel authorization known as ESTA. Then I registered our travel plans thru the smartraveller.gov.au website, a free service that ensures the key will be under the mat when you arrive.
Decided once and for all: I’m leaving my guitar in Sydney. I’m going to buy an American guitar in LA. It’s the one souvenir I think I deserve. Went online and saw some gorgeous guitars right in my price zone ...
... the city and we walked around for hours. Our first stop was Luna Park, which is a very old fairground area by the Sydney Harbor Bridge. It brought out the little kid in me seeing all the fun little fair rides and children having a blast. Next, we decided to walk across the Harbor Bridge! Being on the bridge gave us a perfect view of the Harbor and the Opera House. After making our way across it began to rain pretty heavy. We went ...
... steps to the eastern side of the bridge, where there is a pedestrian path that crosses the harbour. It turned out to be quite popular with joggers and other tourists as well, so I guess not everybody is lazy! As we started walking across, we were given fantastic views over the city and when we reached the first bridge tower, we came across a museum and observation platform that we didn't know about. It only cost $13 for admission, so I ...