Comfort Inn West Ryde
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... who aren't fit just stay indoors. But really, it's both inspiring and intimidating to see so many people exercising in so many ways. Outdoor boot camps seem to be especially popular, and in the early evening the parks are dotted with groups doing push-ups, burpees (I had no idea what these were until I tried a 'warrior' class at the gym...look it up if you don't know, either, and then do a bunch of them and see if you can walk the next day), pull-ups, ...
... the room straight away luckily.
I went up to find the room before Ari, I could tell why it's called Maze. Found the room, then got completely lost trying to get back to Ari! The room was alright, just had a fan again, but was nowhere near a hot! Dropped our stuff off then went to find a shop to buy food, turned out there was a Coles just up the road so got ...
... We crossed into the park which is called centennial, It has several lakes and throughout the grassed areas beautiful beds of flowers and yucca's. We were sitting by one of the lakes, when up in the sky a plane wrote in white smoke, will you marry me, followed by some initials. Then a pause and the word yes!. ( not sylvia) Dining on the beach, proposing in the sky the Sydney people are so romantic. Back on the bus to the center. This time we walked around ...
... at the Opera House Bar, and made our way eventually to the Sydney Observatory, stopping off at Contemporary Art Museum, Cadman's Cottage, Rocks Museum, Garrison Church, the proper information Centre and the Hero of Waterloo.
Not only that but we did manage to have a sneak peak at the Bridge Climb centre, where people started their ascent to the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Also there were a number of photographs autographed by celebrities in a ...
... I have that? It's only $400!" While it was neat, I was just kidding. The Opera House also has its own Barbie - her dress looks like the roof of the Opera House.
Our guide's name was Maryann. She knew a lot about the building. Some things I learned are:
People thought that it was going to take 3 years to build and cost 7 million dollars. Instead, it took 16 years and 102 million dollars!
I felt ...