Breakfree Bankstown International
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Travel Blogs from Bankstown
The day started at 6am with a walk along the esplanade, cold but it's very enjoyable watching the sun rise over the the sea or 'ocean' as people here say. Sandra(the lady I'm staying with) has moved house this weekend, so the timing of my visit hasn't been brilliant- But it hasn't stopped me having fun. Whilst she unpacked her friend took me out for the day to see where captain Cook landed when ...
... so we thought. Lynne still managed to slide off the chair.. Hilarious!! We were short of time on the way back to get our train to Sydney, so we grabbed a subway for dinner and soon we were on the journey back. We left at the right time, because once the sun had gone down there really wasn't much to see! There was a couple of navigational issues on the way back to the hotel, but we made it eventually. It was home for an early night as we have to pack up to go to Cairns ...
... to stay in the underground parkade with our best mate Chubby. Now on a quick side note, if you remember the Cairns heat we spoke about, take that multiply it by 4, add 3, and divide it by 1.5, and you will know what it's like to sleep underground in a campervan. It was so grossly hot, the sounds were terrifying, and the non-stop flickering of the lights were daunting. Between the heat, lights, and sounds, it pretty much was a low budget horror movie setting. So we ...
... does just as good a job as it does back home. I’ve also discovered that our hotel (and I think most places) doesn't have free wifi; so, posts may come in waves and be a few days late. Right now, we are about to shower, shave, and ship out into the city to see what she’s got to offer.
After one long day of walking, we have finally returned for a nap before supper. Today, we just took in a general overview of ...
... we went to Victorville. We saw aeroplanes that were old and retired. They use the spare parts that were off the old aeroplanes to fix working planes. Victorville is in the desert. Then we drove to Las Vegas. We stayed at the Embassy suites, it had lots of fish and 2 swans in the pond. For dinner we went to The Bellagio for a buffet, there was a lot of food there. My favourite food there was the prawns and ...