Comfort Inn North Shore
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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After a very good sleep, we decided to drive to Bondi for some lunch. Are we crazy? The traffic here is intolerable however we got to Bondi, thanks to the GPS and Miss Google.
It was a beautiful day with some warmth in the sun at last. Moved on to Bronte where we sat on the foreshore eating fish & chips for lunch. Even a few crazy tourists taking ...
Wednesday afternoon, we hiked to the North Ryde Railway Station to make our way into "the Big Smoke".
We walked the CBD for a couple of hours, something we have not done before. We walked the length of Martin Place, up Macquarie Street and into Hospital Road where the very old Sydney Hospital is still based. You can walk between all the old buildings, wonderful architecture, great that it is all still ...
Today, despite my foot still hurting (yes I'm now convinced there's probably a miniscule little bone in there somewhere broken) I joined the Sydney version of the imfree.com.au walking tour so it was off to the CBD for our meet at the townhall. I made a tactical stop off at Baker Bros for coffee as I was feeling snoozy and also wanted to check out breakfast options for my last morning here. We stopped by the gorgeous but unafforable Quenn ...
... friendly people, calm, chilled, fit (and I mean, FIT, women). Of all the places I’ve been, it’s by far the most similar to Britain, looks wise. Living wise, already so much better.
This train journey is turning out to be the best I've ever been on. Every time I look up from my kindle it seems as if we are travelling through a wilderness of trees, lakes and rivers. I haven’t seen a collection of buildings more than about 4 the entire time. Often ...
... Puccini set each act of his opera in three very specific locations, all of which can be visited today: the Sant’Andrea della Valle church in Rome, the Palazzo Farnese, and the Castel Sant’Angelo over the River Tiber. Michael Scott-Mitchell, the set designer did a phenomenal job creating faithful reproductions for the set – we all agreed that the sets were amazing.
Act I takes place in the church and is when we meet Angelotti (an escaped ...