Coogee Sands Hotel & Apartments
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There is nothing quite as surreal as sitting at the stern of a ship, at 1am, with the Harbour Bridge swallowing the landscape in front and the Sydney opera house on your right…whilst drinking a cup of tea. They didn't lie when they said Sydney had the best sail-in, the scenery is simply breathtaking and it’s a very humbling to know you pretty much have the most luxurious hotel view for the night. Behind us is the Hilton and the Four Seasons yet here we are slap bang in ...
Fletch set the alarm for 7pm this morning I got up 5 mins earlier to have a shower before everyone got up. We managed to get out the door by just after 8pm as we went to FOA Schwartz a large toy shop for breakfast. We were met at the door by a Toy Soldier called Rich who was really funny who took us through the toy shop. The boys had a great time & at the end we had bagels & mini muffins with a drink. The boys got to make their own remote control cars & we were able to ...
... last was our hangover the following day - specifically mine. Not accustomed to a hangover I can now empathise with everyone else out there at just how bad they can be...let's hope it was just my one and only! Having both received Christmas presents from our families over the last week we also took time to drunk call them which I have no doubt was well appreciated on a Saturday morning in the UK! All in all though it's been a good week, Hannah, Ewan & Deb have been ...
... We met in town and bussed out to The Spit from where the walk starts. It's a beautiful stretch of 10km or so between the two and it gives you plenty of breathtaking views of the harbours. The walk is split up between towns and beaches and gives a sense of the variety Australia offers with parts of the walk being through sand, bush, forests, cliff tops and residential areas. It is really nice and we'd fully recommend it to anyone - be cautious of the weather ...
... rays as it said goodnight and left us for another day. Taking up a sea view pew at the Lush bar for happy hour, relishing with a Rose wine & beer discussing the time that has passed and the adventure yet to be had. With the sun set and the evening dusk closing in, wandering on along the promenade and exited by the pavilion to trek up the road to grab some grub at the Beach Road Hotel for steak night. It was jammed packed in the decked garden, so sat inside ...