Aspire Hotel Sydney
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Big City Life! Die Grossstadt bescherte uns nebst diversen Stadtannehmlichkeiten ein feudales, grosses Hotelzimmer – welches wir natürlich mit Handkuss entgegen nahmen!
Ja, was soll man zu Sydney schon schreiben. Wir machten uns natürlich sofort auf, unser nächstliegendes Viertel „Darling Harbour“ zu erkunden. Per Zufall …
Today we were back with the Colfers, and we had a belated birthday celebration for Sally.
Sally had no idea of the plan and so we headed off to RoRo and GiGi's (Rochelle's parents) house. The boys had left early and had begun to decorate their boat with birthday decorations and so, Sally arrived to an amazing party boat, cake and champagne.
We were each rowed ...
... we caught up..Rog was great…so good to see him. I miss him!
Rog had to leave shortly after 3pm as his car was on a meter and so we broke up, hugged and Karly and I headed for a walk toward s harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House to take some daylight pictures.
We walked quite a lot and then at 5:00pm as it was getting dark, I decided we should make our way back home via taxi…Hmm, not the best decision ...
... us that is the most important aspect. The caravan park is in a good position for catching buses, very close to the Fyshwick Markets, these are on Thursdays to Sunday, fresh vegetables and fruit, lovely fresh seafood, eating places,; it has a lovely atmosphere and the veges etc are soo fresh and very good value, so we know where we will be shopping from now on.
I am in the process of working out what buses to catch to get me to different hospitals and ...
... took sail on a cruise ship for dinner! We circled around the harbor and dined on yummy beef tenderloin and sweet potato mash, and a piece of chocolate cake for desert.
Sunday, I journeyed out to Bondi beach, which is about an hour east of Sydney by public transportation. The sand at Bondi is much harder than the soft sand in Queensland. The colors of the water were beautiful and it was picturesque to see the waves crash ...