Travelodge Hotel Blacktown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Judy again and good too see Tony xo he looks tired but happy to be with family and then he was delighted to see that pie in the oven especially for him :) they unpacked, Graham and Tony disappeared in Snowflake ..... It hailed, and it hailed LOTS and it was very loud, but thankfully not big enough to damage the cars. Our yard was white ... Graham and Tony arrived back and then had a chat and some lunch, nice sandwiches with fresh bread that I picked up from the ...
... couldn't do in the wild, although that's where I'd be far happier to see them. At The Blue Mountains we had about an hour to walk around at the top, soaking up the view. That was nice. Made me wish I could explore the bush below though. I was going to do a walk that would have only taken about 45 minutes, going down to the walkway at the bottom, and then taking the steep rail back up. The steep rail was $16.50, yet for $35 you could do another ...
After last weeks trip to the Comedy Festival which was so enjoyable, Vicky & I had been looking for a chance to see another show and it came with bells and whistles. Hannah is currently working for the charity ActionAid which does work on behalf of women in crisis, supporting them through their toughest times. To support with the cause, ActionAid had planned & supported a comedy show taking place at The Enmore Theatre called "Frocking Hilarious". The comedians on the evening ...
... not complain about the bus service to Sydney. It was comfortable and the driver was very pleasant and thoughtful of his passengers.
It was a pity however that not all of the the passengers were quite as thoughtful. A very self focussed woman upon finding her seat, just propped in the aisle and rummaged through all her bags for at least five minutes before it dawned on her than no-one else could enter the bus. What was worse, it ...
Six years ago, I would have been nervously sitting on a 'silver seat', as we call them, about to do the biggest test of my first stage of schooling. 'The Selective Test'. Made up of Numeracy, English, Writing and General Ability. Alas I did not know that I would go on to complete my first section and be left with a lonely, empty strip at the bottom staring up at me, blatantly accusing me of managing to fill out bubbles wrongly! This probably wasn't the best start to the test ...