Breakfree Bankstown International

Address: 477 Chapel Road, Bankstown, New South Wales, 2200, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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      Double Bay beach

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... as temporary members and was luckily seated at the last table by the window overlooking the bay. As Poppy had already made tea for home having a small plate, didn't really want anything big. She just ordered the lentil & veg soup, I had the braised lamb shanks and mash, whilst Andy had a rib eye on the bone with mash & broccoli. As it was a posh occasion Poppy & I had a glass of pink champagne called mojo fizz, which was most delightful with our ...

      Returning via the Coral Sea

      A travel blog entry by prgeeves on Oct 17, 2014

      A very lazy day today I must say. We woke earlyish and then dozed on and off until brekky was delivered by room service. We also snacked from the cafe before brekky arrived. Once we were sorted we collected day and hit the onboard shops. Dad got his Glenfiddich and we got presents for the girls. Then it was time for more coffee and returned to the cabin for another rest. Very easy for me today. So much so that each time I laid down I ...

      Aussie trip

      A travel blog entry by jessicamari on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... the winter. It kinda reminded me of Stanley beach @ hk. We walked along bondi beach to tamarama, all the way to bronte beach till it was dark, then started to rain. We saw people jogging along the beach regardless the weather: cold & rainy. Then, we headed bk to the city. At city, we'd dinner @ Japanese restaurant @ koreatown. after that, we continued to circular quay to see fireworks. Although it was raining, they kept going. Oh, circular quay is like ...

      Leg 1/ Leg 2

      A travel blog entry by norikarina on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... is 25.8% which is the highest of all the other religions.

      Leg 2- The Living Desert Reserve
      The living desert reserve is a rocky travel
      The park is bordered with electrified fences to protect the park from feral animals, like cats and foxes
      There are so many beautiful plants
      It has wild ...

      Visit to Sydney

      A travel blog entry by aaranda on May 29, 2014

      30 photos

      ... full of character. Later we made our way to the harbor to meet up with a friend form Nova, who was Jacobs old roommate, Sean. At the time I was in Sydney, they had the Vivid Light Show happening in which the whole harbor and all the buildings have lights all over them and have light shows all night. Had some drinks at the Opera House Bar while sitting at the Harbor which was incredible spot to watch the light show.   May 30- Today was an adventurous day as we ...