The Bayside Hotel
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... here are super friendly. And we spent about $50 US each for all the trains, buses and ferries we could consume. We tooled around the harbor on a slow ferry and a fast catamaran. We ended up at Cockatoo Island, a very pleasant surprise. It used to be a penal colony and then a shipbuilding base. Now it's a tourist draw. They turned the machine shops into sort of a living museum on shipbuilding. And they have camping tents and "glamping" ...
... nobody sitting in the middle seat behind us either). I tried to switch around and have my head on Ray's lap so my legs could go across my seat, but my head did not fit between Ray's stomach and his tray table. This was combined with my octopus-like way of trying to keep five disobedient blankets over my legs, feet, arms, head and face to keep warm. It was an admirable attempt on my part (I believe) but did not meet the objective of getting any sleep. I'm ...
... just for Sinisa, at the end they bought us crème Brule for free and it was amazing!
I was so exhausted from not napping for 3 hours that as soon as we got back home that was it for me in bed out cold! We had the absolute worst sleep! It was hot and there was no breeze that night, which meant the mosquitos came in to say hello! The thing is with their mosquitos they are so small and quiet and fast you have no idea that they have come and bit ...
Saying good bye to Tom, Immy, Nick, Granny and Grandad was so hard. Tears flowed, bear hugs were given and finally the time had come. Leaving our family was the part of the holiday that Craig and I knew would be hard, and it was. My tears flowed all the way to Sydney. If Australia slanted towards the West..WA would no longer have a water shortage... It would probably only have a few more salinity plants. Our plane had just had a ...
... have picked out the bad guy and the good guy, I would have realized a bit of what was going on, but a lot of details would have gone straight over my head. Long story short, I’m pretty sure I’m not nearly fancy enough to enjoy opera.
Tomorrow is our last day in Australia. Plans are to tour Sydney, go to the zoo, and muck about the harbor in a boat. After that we continue on to New Zealand! And the adventure continues. ...
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City Center, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $140
- Excellent location
- Pretty Good
- Great Stay!
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- Two thumbs DOWN!
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