Comfort Inn West Ryde
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... Took a moment at the Lindt cafe, checked in at The Channel 7 news desk, loitered at the GPO (general post office building) that's now a hotel outside of which is thr Anzac Cenotaph. Got told about art slash memorial to birds. As you walk through it activates bird sounds which alter throughout the day. Headed through Angel place, Australia Square, Customs House and finally Circular Quay! Phoah! I picnicked with my new pal Aoife from the ...
... alone in any of the towns or indeed, the country. The only thing I’m sure of, and care at all about, is how many live at home.
However, this led onto talk about farm sizes. I had never been aware of this but our farm is over twice the size of the average farm in Wales. And larger than the average in Britain overall. I don’t think I've ever met anyone with a larger farm, but didn’t think it was that substantial. Props go to G-dad.
... just as Cavardossi is led off to torture. Tosca reveals the hiding place of Angelotti, not being able to bear that Mario is hurting. By the end of Act II, Scarpia has ordered that Cavardossi be executed, changed it to a mock execution when Tosca agrees to sleep with him, and been stabbed to death by Tosca after writing a safe passage agreement.
Act III takes place in a prison, where Cavaradossi is awaiting execution. Tosca shows up to tell him that it will ...
... along the coast to a lovely grassy spot in a park with a direct view over the opera house and the bridge. There were loads of kookaburras and they are surprisingly big they were about the size of pigeons. When it was almost time for dinner we walked back and had a great dinner on a highly decorated table before doing Skype with some family at ...
... of gluten free cakes and other delights still being available. Discussing the future of the business was fun although we may have got a little carried away with some ideas. After a very extended refreshment break we wandered down to the museum only to find that it was about to close. Fortunately the volunteers allowed us to have a very quick look around before closing. The old station building held many interesting artefacts, some pertinent to ...