Comfort Inn West Ryde
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... of wine, the best plate of calamari I've ever had and a long chat, we boarded the very crowded ferry back to Circular Quay. And then you guessed it, back on that train again......best value for $5 each day.
So now Monday, after a restful morning, onto that train again but this time, we alighted at Town Hall Station so that we could walk through the stunning Queen Victoria Building which is a lovely shopping centre - most shops a bit out of our ...
... cobwebs in the eating area, the kitchen floor was dirty, there
was no dryer and the drying rack was outside attached to the wall with
no shelter from the rain, the only frying pan was one big enough to fry only 1
egg at a time (thus slow feeding for a family of 5, forget scrambled
eggs), there was no heater and it was very cold in the house. The list
went on from there. On top of all of that, we were in a direct flight
path to the airport with ...
... The Imitation Game, Fury and The Blind Side (again!). Made it to LAX! Didn't get to see anything in the Tom Bradley terminal except for baggage claim, immigration, customs and TSA :( Walked around to Terminal 5 for Delta and checked in for the next flight. Then just a 2.5 hour wait until boarding... 11:15 LAX to 18:35 ATL with Delta Not quite the same experience as Qantas but they were on time and we all managed to catch a nap for an hour or two. And using wifi on a plane was good ...
... the way home.
That night we settled into a very youth hostelly youth hostel - complete with weird graffiti and cartoon paintings everywhere, loud music pumping in from the street and a tiny bunk bed room with a shared bathroom. We were told the Friday night BBQ on the roof would still have some food left but feeling travel tired and about a decade too old for it, we did a lap of the local neighborhood instead and tucked into some Mexican street food. ...
... at the zoo, in 17 minutes we rock and rolled past the Heads ( "the rugged South and North Heads mark the entrance to Sydney Harbour") to Manly. While Bondi Beach is Australia's most famous beach, Manly is the site of surf lifesaving championships. On route we passed the Manly Quarantine Station where migrants suspected of carrying diseases were isolated. Of course, one being right on the ocean it is now ...