Castlereagh Boutique Hotel

169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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Sydney

A travel blog entry by gavinfalk20

I had so much fun vacationing in Sydney, Australia.The language they spoke there was Aussie and the way they said "hello" was "g'day." The foods that are eaten there are usually seafood, meat potatoes, pasta, and sandwiches. The kids there like sports, going to friends' houses, and going to school. Sydney is 17 hours ahead of Wisconsin (my home- …

G'day Mate

A travel blog entry by janehamlett

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I was fortunate enough to stay and visit with family when I first arrived in Sydney. An Uncle, Auntie, three cousins and their kids. It was a perfect start to my visit.

I've been thinking recently about when I was a child and all the fun we had with extended family so to get to see these guys again was superb. My Uncle is so very similar …

Jet-Lag, Jet-Lag, Jet-Lag

A travel blog entry by stuandgail

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Hi all,
Arrived in Sydney late on Monday night after a long 10 hour flight from HK. Flight was ok but fairly squashy in ECONOMY class! Lost in Translation was on though so at least that was some consolation!
Staying in a hotel which is housed in the same building as the Sydney Masonic club. It's one of Sydney's oldest clubs and has been …

Sydney

A travel blog entry by martelln

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I decided to take an excursion to Sydney this weekend and see all of the tourist-y things. I rode a water taxi through the harbor, walked A LOT, went to see "Rock N' Roll" at the Sydney Theater Company, saw the Sydney Aquarium, and walked through the "Australia Wildlife World." It was a quick trip but I had tons of fun!

Dugong Day!

A travel blog entry by julesyscott

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... platypi? Anyhoo, they were very cool and a bit smaller than I had anticipated. The dugongs on the other hand were bigger! By this stage William had got bored of looking at things at Jules speed so they did their own thing and left me to it! I met them by the dugongs for the talk and to watch them being fed tray upon tray of crispy lettuce. We saw some funny creatures in the big tanks that turned out to be divers keeping the glass tunnels and gravel ...

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Location

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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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good