Chateau Sydney Hotel
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... days of sunshine a year, it started to rain and rained lightly, on and off, for the rest of the day. Not enough to dampen our spirits, but we did have to drop down from the open top deck of the bus to the enclosed bottom section.
We switched, once again, to the Bondi tour bus, which took us all the way back to the apartment and saved us the city bus fare.
We are looking forward to seeing the inside of things when we return to downtown Sydney tomorrow.
... Botanic Gardens and Harbour Bridge. We were lucky with the weather as the day before it was shocking!
Sunset was spent on the other side of the Botanic Gardens, at the well known photographic spot Mrs. Macquarie’s chair. The view with the ...
... that none of the surrounding thunder storms would unleash hell’s fury on us. What is it with weather forecasters? They’re getting so conservative that if there’s even a little bit of wind and rain around they predict Armageddon. Anyway, that’s what we’d been led to believe on reading our weather app. So, we bravely trudged up the hill. Up and up and up. Arriving at the top nicely glowing and ready for a big swig of ginger beer (it was a pretty warm ...
... Shirazs, ect ect. Except NONE of these wines existed here! They were weird
names that I have never heard of such as Barbera Bianca, Ciliegiolo, Rossese
Bianco and so many more. But that is what made it so much fun! It was like I
was learning about wine all over again.
One of the men who was handing out samples told me something that I will
never forget. I cant remember word for word what he said but it ...
... that there is plenty of room for an American Girl Doll each).
DD1 and DD2 have their backpacks ready with games, books, ipads, pens, paper, and anything else that is likely to bring them entertainment during our nearly 23 hours of travelling. VWH and I are remembering the tickets that we haven't bought, and buying them last minute ("I thought you were going to book the Hop-on-hop-off bus in NYC?" "well, I thought YOU ...
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