BEST WESTERN Twin Towers Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... history, (ii) Denzel has a career waiting for him in the wood aisle of the local Bunnings when he wants to quit Acting, (iii) The Russian mob really shouldn't pick on people who Denzel likes, and (iv) Denzel is really a bad-***** MoFo when he's ******.. I then tried "Fury" - which I had real troubles getting into. Think the "realism" thing was taken a little took far on this one - and I'm not sure I could buy Brad Pitt in the role he was in. Mind ...
... song singing and lots of clapping. We headed out to what is called the field around 9:30am. Myself and another trainee was partnered with our team leader and headed out to Lane Cove. It was an industrial neighbourhood filled with a ton of businesses. We started to watch as my leader did her thing going from person to person spreading awareness for the red cross. The day seemed to drag on and on considering no one even wanted to talk to us. They were harsh, and didn't want to listen ...
... his bed because they've vacated it for us to sleep in. We are listening to Triple J top 100. Triple J is owned by the ABC which is Australia's equivalent of the BBC and they are a supporter of young Australian music talent. They give air play to bands that wouldn't otherwise in many cases get the promotion, independents unsupported by large record companies. Simon Cowell is not represented here. Each year on Australia Day they announce the top 100 favourite ...
Well we should have been kayaking around the coves of Manly and Northern beaches, but the wind had other plans and the early call from our guide cancelled today's trip. Never fear, plenty of other things to do and our disappointment was quickly evaporated with the decision to head to Taronga Zoo. Car packed and we are on our way through the richey richey houses of Mosman towards the zoo. Being a Monday, the zoo isn't crowded and ...
... being blocked by trees. Rach and I managed to find a spot 10 yards to the side of the perfect spot and set up camp for the afternoon. The first few hours dragged pretty slowly in the baking heat. It had been cloudy in the morning and for the first time in my life I was praying for the clouds to come back. We had the umbrella which did make a massive difference but it was just so so hot! Luckily by about 3pm the sun was partially blocked by the trees and the heat died down a ...