Breakfree Bankstown International
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... up looking at living snakes and lizards that were in a enclosure, they didn't want to moved. There was a big croc on a table, a model one that is. We had a wander through an aborigine bit and watched a film about them. We then headed out, had to stop in the gift shop, then left. It had stopped raining finally se we had a bit of a better walk back, stopping at hungry jacks for some food. Headed back to the hostel. Had tea of pasta and mince again, still ...
... luggage and papers had to be filled in due to the Ebola virus. The airport was very clean and efficient organised and we were well informed so it felt like if we arrived in Switzerland. Also outside the airport it was very clean like the trains and the roads there was almost no graffity or dirtiness. Beside of this everything was as well translated in Chinese. This is a big ...
... to watch the fireworks on Wednesday!
In Manley, we shopped the walk to the beach itself, turned around and boarded the return ferry.
Back at the main harbour, we decided to 'invest in' a 24 hour hop on, hop off bus pass. Jo Ann and I have used these in a few cities (most notably Paris), and found them good ways to get around, get your bearings and get introduced to the city. We really just used it ...
... other beaches but the swell and rip tides are lethal. A part of the beach is nicknamed 'Backpackers Rip' as this is where all the Brits get in trouble. Loads of surfers out today, waves were massive. We walked along the coastal path from Bondi to Tarragana which is much smaller. Our final stop was Coogee beach where we had a lengthy stop, the beach was amazing with really white sand, the surf was good and ...
... and when we got close to it we realised that it was several different buildings, but when you see it from most angles they all look joined together! It was also covered in ceramic tiles, almost as if they should be in our bathrooms! We went into the gift shop, but after realising a small Lego model of the opera house was $80 we decided we wouldn't buy anything from there! From the opera house the views of the harbour bridge are great! Again a few more photos were ...