Courtyard Sydney-North Ryde
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Sydney-North Ryde
Awesome hotel in Sydney suburb. Clean, great staff, close to trains, buses, and university. Nice restaurant, and also located across the street to fast food for brekky and dinner.
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... lounge closed at 9.30pm which meant another 5 hours of wandering the airport taking sideways glances at shop items we could not afford. It was so humid that I pushed our shopping trolley with our bags very, very slowly past the air conditioning units trying not to make it too obvious. We both managed a quick snooze on a bench seat which will hold us in good stead for when we return from this trip and try to pay the credit card bills.
... started screaming! Squish on the other hand, just turned around looking quite confused and very tired. It was cute. So after the excitement wore off, off to the van we went. In which we surprised them with their ice cold beers, and loaded them into Chubby. Next stop, Bondi Beach!
We're going to end this one short and sweet. Why you ask? Because Sydney and Melbourne were a surprise of their own!
From Down Under,
Fed & Skutes
... Pavilion, which dates back to 1928, when it was built for the bathers to change into their woollen swimming costumes, to make mixed bathing more acceptable! However, in the late 1960s the building changed ownership and from 1979 became a restaurant, which is now very popular with Sydneysiders who enjoy the present chef, Serge Dansereau’s food, but also the stunning views.
A beautifully sunny day appeared on Thursday and ...
... air conditioned bus. We learned the official greeting is Bula. March 7, 2015 After an overnight sail we docked at Lautoka, Fiji. Our excursion took us to the small private island of Savala. While we were there we enjoyed the fabulous views. We enjoyed snorkeling, swimming, short ride on a glass bottom boat. While on the glass bottom boat we were able to see tropical fish and coral. We even hand fed some of the small tropical fish. While snorkeling we saw beautiful ...
... informative and kind of sad that the original architect never saw his work finished as a result of budget cuts and politics. They are now currently trying to refurbish it to match his original designs for the interiors and had hired the best man for the job; his son. With our tour we got serious savings for seeing an opera and thought WHY NOT?!?. So with that we purchased tickets to Tosca for our last night in Sydney. Pretty neat to say I will see my first Opera ...