Courtyard Sydney-North Ryde
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- Minbar in room
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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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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Today was quite a bit better than yesterday!
After a quick breakfast and an early checkout, we decided to purchase a family pass for the day for the Sydney Transit System. Although it was pricey at $55 AUD (eek!), it was by far the least expensive way to get around the city and see as many sights as we possibly could. The pass allowed us …
... Johnnie, "Go Pirates." Of course, Johnnie was excited. He knew something about ECU playing Florida.
I forgot to tell you the bell hop's name is Troy here at our hotel. Johnnie was talking to him this morning as we were heading out getting information about a Post Office. It didn't take long and Johnnie had him converted to a Pirate. Troy is from Sydney and is a Sharks fan, a rugby team. He converted Johnnie to the Sharks. Johnnie even ...
We all woke really hungry as we did not eat dinner. Helen was keen to relive breakfast at the Bathers Pavilion at Balmoral. It's warm!! We arrived there to find the beach completely taken over by a surfing gala which made parking impossible. Eventually we parked and got a seaside table at Athens Bathers. Chris & Nia were amazed at the quality of the good & the view. After a very leisurely breakfast we walked the length of the beach observing ...
... is that we have now caught the overland bug. We doubt this will be our last driving adventure. In future they may not be as long and will probably be circular to avoid shipping the vehicle. Another mainland Europe / Central Asia route comes to mind or even around the coast of Great Britain.
*We have seen new places and people most days for over 4 months – we have learnt that even the smallest and seemingly ...
The brolgas glisten in the sun as they dace at water's edge.
What I called it: Brolga Fountain
Official name: Dancing Brolga Fountain
Designer: Terrence Plowright
Year opened: 1998
Location: Cockle Bay Wharf