Town & Country Motel
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... tender to design it. 80% of the steel used was from Middlesborough, England, which must have kept many people in work for several years during the hard times of the late 1920s and early 1930s. I read Alfred Edmonds (my maiden name), aged 59, died of tetanus after crushing his thumb whilst packing stones for the Bridge – I wonder if he was one of my Dad’s elder brothers who emigrated to Australia! The two pylons standing either end ...
... First Fleet on HMS Sirius, to signal the colony in Sydney Cove of any vessels arriving off the port.
At the end of the path in Watson Bay we walked across the small park to Doyles Fishermans Wharf for lunch and to watch the ferries arriving from Circular Quay – our favourite ferry trip – before walking back to our car to drive to Bondi, probably Sydney’s most famous surfing beach. Here we had ...
... man with a green parrot on his shoulder in Sydney Central station. Standard. I tried to sneak a photo but I think he clocked onto my desire and wouldn’t stop glancing over at me. Maybe he was charging for the privilege, as they do in Egypt and other places with their camels. They come running over '5 dollar, 5 dollar, you ride my camel, my camel the best’. NO, JUST GO AWAY.
Is that racist? I don’t know. But until I’m told it isn’t, I ...
... quay, darling harbor, opera house, and the rocks area. After our tour we walked back to the hotel, first stopping at a local pub for a beer and fish and chips. By that time we were exhausted and ready for a quiet evening. We watched tv for a while but even the advertised new shows we had already seen! Tomorrow we board the ship and we leave Sydney on Thursday. We have several sea days before getting to New Zealand. We are ready for relaxing sea ...
... 10 minutes later we were back at height, and the Flight Deck announced that we were delayed - it seems that we were about to commence our descent and LAX changed their active runway (which they always do at that time of the morning, apparently). This necessitated us gaining height again, and changing our approach. So - eventually - 10 minutes late, we swept in over LA (reminding me just how spread out the place really is) and touched down in the US of ...