Capitol Square Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapitol Square Hotel Sydney
Good location, but not much for amenities. Needs some updating!
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... made up of hills. Laziness got the better of us, and we had to take a cab home. Something Vic and her mates took the **** out of us later for. Nevertheless we cooked and everyone was grateful. Our evening was a trip to beach road hotel. A club/bar/pub/ I don't even know what. The only photo from tonight was this... All I can say is this is a vivid memory from year 11. Massive déjà vu. Good night all ...
... to pieces as a mixture of tiredness and a hangover set in. But we managed to get to the airport in pretty good time, and a good job too as STA continued to screw us over by not having issued Su a ticket meaning we had to pay another hundred pounds to get one issued or risk her missing her flight! We got through security and I saw Su safely to her gate before sneakily heading off to demolish a 6:20am Burger King. It was quite strange being on different flights but in the states that ...
... Although I was enjoying Sydney and had made such good friends I was concious of how much money I was spending, Sydney is by no means cheap and it was mostly London prices sometimes more. To eat out in Sydney is so expensive and although you try and buy stuff at the supermarket and eat in the hostel kitchen and make your food it was very difficult. The hobs were all electric so making something as simple as pasta took no word of a lie about an hour to prepare and there was no ...
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I had to get up early this morning to get what I needed to get done, was running a little bit late but got to Bondi in time that I could head to the beach first to get mums Bondi vest top, it was a bit of a nightmare to start of with as the first shop I went in didn't have her side so I had to go to the other shop which was really busy but managed to get it, then went straight to the bus stop. They was setting up ...