Sir Francis Drake Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We needed a taxi to get from our hotel to the Pullman Hotel where we were to pick up our rental car. So, we found the only taxi driver in Sydney who didn't know where the Pullman Hotel was. Even when I gave him the address, he drove right by until Paula noticed it and told him we had missed it. $17.50 later we picked up our pristine white Corolla and set off in a northerly ...
... at that trick where you pull the table cloth away and all of the contents of the table remain in place – except without the second bit of the trick!
Reluctantly we made our apologies (the menu was amazing) and backtracked all the way back to the Potters Brewery. With thoughts of that menu still burned into our mind it was pretty hard to get excited by the pub grub that we ‘enjoyed’ but I’m probably being too harsh. ...
... left at 9.20 pm on time. Got seated and waited to leave, left on time,food was ok then went to sleep,slept on off for 4 hours so happy with that , woke at 3.30 Ausy time so put clock forward 4 hours and it was 7.30 so due to land at 11, not too bad.. Breaky was ok fruit n yogurt and juice. Landed 15 mins early. Got off and walked ****in far to imagrations but all was fast there we got ...
... salad rolls with leftover beef from the weber roast the other night.
After lunch I went for a cycle to and around Lake Munmorah. Heather took it easy then put on the TV to watch the ANZAC day football.
Late this afternoon we went for a walk to Vales Point to watch the sun setting. We were a little late but did get some great shots of the red sky. We also got some great shots of the full moon and it's reflection on the water.
The bus from Byron to Newcastle was a chilly, sleepless affair but never the less we arrived safely. After having only 20 minutes sleep here and there on the 10 hour journey we were ready for a nap. We had booked a hotel-come-pub for the night but unfortunately when we arrived the girl hoovering the carpets told us check-in wasn't until 2pm. Justine looked like she was going to cry. The hoover girl then went to fetch the manager who, thankfully for us, informed us that he ...