Castlereagh Boutique Hotel

169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Queen Victoria Building (QVB), Skywalk, Marble Bar, and Great Synagogue.
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    Top Ryde

    A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro on Jun 16, 2014

    ... really couldn't speak much English. The luck of the Irish, Tom Murphy will most likely sell his lead, as it looked very promising.. Typical, meanwhile I sit here totally bored. And I have to come back tomorrow. On the bright side I did get a call back from a weekend customer and the go ahead, but only about $6000. Waiting for the big jobs to come through, if it stays quiet like this it could be ...

    AFL debut

    A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on May 03, 2014


    Saturday Ridiculous early start for afl today. The alarm went off at 530am so we could trek to central to get a lift from Stacks. It was raining as well which suits us pommies but there was a distinct chance that the game would be called off as there was a big sign saying 'Oval closed'. Thankfully the groundskeepers weren't being precious so the game was on and we all got changed in a doorway. We were pretty pumped for the game ...

    Happy Birthday Dad and Bon Voyage

    A travel blog entry by erotergum on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... and although they made it look homely, it wasn't them in their natural habitat. In a way it's a good thing because if they weren't there I wouldn't have been able to see one in the flesh but nonetheless the morality question and quality of life for these animals does warrant some thought. The crocodile in particular I felt sorry for, we couldn't see him from the top but when we went to the underwater viewing section he was just lying there very still in murky water. It was a ...


    A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Mar 11, 2014

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    ... they were put to work to pay off the bar bill. There is so much to love about Sydney I decided to make a top 10 list. 1. The people are very friendly and willing to assist lost tourists. One couple who arrived on a later plane and couldn't get a taxi from the train to the hotel had to walk the 5 blocks. A couple saw them struggling and offered to pull her suitcase to the hotel for her. 2. The beaches. Public beaches ...

    Closing the Curtain at the Opera House

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... definitely detracted from the view of the harbor. We were glad to see it back out and leave while we were there.

    We arrived too late to get a tour of the famed opera house, so we had to settle for walking around it and in the lobby. I previously saw it in 1996. It is equally amazing the second time around. The design is phenomenal. Kudos to the architect and city for being that bold back in 1958. When you ...