Coogee Sands Hotel & Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on about 6:00 pm and we were hungry. We headed back to the cafes by the Opera House on the Quay and stopped for a nice dinner. We headed back to the hotel.
Johnnie and I are planning to walk across the Bridge tomorrow. Wish us luck as it looks pretty long. We had thought about climbing to the top but that tour is 3 hours and we want to do some more caching. We also have to get everything packed as we leave the next day. :( :( :( :(
... couple who glamped in it before spared no expense at turning it into a Shangri La on wheels. The whole thing went south however, when our inexperienced German/Austrian car dealers turned the sale into an auction, calling the very first potential buyer and taking a new offer. In the end, we couldn't be happier to leave all of this funny business behind us, (after much and more cussing that day of course) and look forward to ...
Sunday 9th November
*SG has no intention of telling you about Sydney – you probably have been here yourself or will want to discover it on your own. What a fabulous city. We were last here nearly 30 years ago and the city skyline has definitely changed. Sydney has come of age. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
*Gary serves a great breakfast – homemade ...
To get to the fountain you have to go through the courtyard of a cafe. There have been mixed reviews about the cafe's on the site over the years, but the fountain is great, especially on the shady side on a hot Summer afternoon.
What I called it: Town Hall fountain
Official name: I can't ...
... sunlight hits the leaves and mixes with dew on leaves, a blue mist is formed. The area was a Victorian honeymoon destination and had many grand hotels. McDonalds sued to get a restaurant in Blue Mountains but aboriginal council won stating heritage is to relax and enjoy nature. There are no longer coal mines in Mountains as National Park. It is a World Heritage site as several trees that were thought extinct now are found here. Convicts built the original ...