CTA Business Club

M.L.C. Centre, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near The Spit Bridge of Manly, Wildframe Ecotours, Chinamans Beach, and Lady Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

City of Glass

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... Signs likening Israeli's to the Nazis and questioning why the world will not intervene. Police stand around watching, blocking traffic and making sure the gathering doesn't get too out of hand.

I then wander about Woolloomooloo exploring the back lanes and Victorian style terrace housing. I am later told that this area is actually aboriginal land plunked right in the middle of Sydney. While safe to walk during the day I am ...

Leaving home

A travel blog entry by brettoner on Jun 29, 2014

5 photos

Liam. This is the first day that I travel to a different country. We are going to Hong Kong and I'm hoping to get a laser pointer there. We left home at 4:00 pm and arrived at the airport at 6:45 pm. Right now we're at the airport, we will depart from the airport at 10:00 pm and will arrive in Hong Kong at approximately 5:30 am. ...

Technology Tribulations

A travel blog entry by jrocci on Jun 15, 2014

1 comment

... here, although according to the information signs all prisoners were treated as well as they could afford to be based on limited resources. Although the museum displayed pictures of prisoners celebrating Christmas and playing volleyball, it's suspect to think that is all that occurred here.

The rest of our time in Hanoi was filled with cheap draft beers sitting on small plastic stools in the street, deliciously food and ridiculously cheap massages. We met ...

Sydney Day One

A travel blog entry by romney39 on Jun 14, 2014

15 photos

... to pay too much attention. Not far from us was a snow machine trying in vain to produce a nice snowfall effect. It did spit out a few wet splodges that immediately became puddles as they hit the ground. The night was too warm so I think they just gave up and turned them off in the end. There were lots of people milling around, some obviously tourists, but it looked like a lot of locals too. We soon learnt why as fireworks started going off over Darling Harbour as we finished ...

Leaving Sydney heading to Jervis Bay

A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on May 16, 2014

4 photos

... on the list for our next visit. For the rest of the drive I was kicking myself I turned off the road. Bad navigation on my part. STAY ON THE GRAND PACIFIC!

Shoalhaven and Kiama so lovely and not to be missed. We stopped for lunch in Kiama and had a walk to the lighthouse and blowhole. Which wasn't blowing due to it being beautiful and calm. From here the drive just continues to get more and more scenic and ...