Central Station Hotel
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... the ship. The whole process from then on is a matter of Queues, Check-in queue, Customs queue, Photo queue, Security queue and finally the Welcome onto Ship (with Photo) queue. While all that wss happening the ship experienced a power failure and we were prevented from getting to our cabin because the lifts were out of action. After chilling out at the bar for about a half an hour we finally got to our cabin just in time to be orderd to our Muster Area ...
Made it to Sydney successfully! Sleeping like babies on the plane made the time go quickly. Checked into our airbnb place in Kings Cross, and wandered around the area seeking good food and drinks. Aside from a bit of sticker shock ($22 cocktails???), we were happy with the quality. Total find: "Downstairs", a vintage feeling bar with craft cocktails, lamb and live blues ...
... I was off back to change again, quickly check I had packed everything for moving on to Melbourne the following morning, before heading to Darling Harbour to meet another Kiwi bus mate - Bonnie.
Had such a lovely evening, catching up on what we had both been up to since we last saw each other in Queenstown. Unfortunately as I had to get up at 4am I had to curtail the evening early as I had to get some sleep!
... wander around Circular Quay to the Opera Bar for a coffee out of the rain, (and no trip to Sydney would be complete without a trip to the Opera Bar) then headed back to the hostel for some super late lunch/early dinner, spending the evening saving on pennies and just chilling out.
Following morning, the rain seemed it had eased off however Mattia still couldn’t work due to the rain, so after checking out, we headed to the Botanical ...
... the plane and there was an iPad in the seat pocket. My first thought was that someone left their iPad on the plane until I realized that it had a Qantas cover. This was how they provided in-flight entertainment. Very cool.
At the airport, we gather our bags, put them in the trailer and headed to the hotel.
We had the chance of a walk about with Maree, who took us on a quick ...