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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... Ours did arrive, finally and we hopped into a shuttle to take us to our hotel. It was about 10 AM when we arrived at the desk, only to find out that there were no rooms ready. They agreed to store our luggage if we wished to go for a walk and get a real meal. We headed up the block and I remembered that I was a tourist and had forgotten my camera in one of my bags. We turned around and headed back down the block to the ...
We both did! With a 70% chance of rain and a desire to climb the Iron lung, or Sydney harbour bridge before we went, this morning we walked to the bridge climb office chancing the weather to climb the bridge. Despite arriving at 10.30am we couldn't be booked onto a climb until 2.50pm. So we explored the hilly area of Sydney known as The Rocks, popular with art galleries and fancy restaurants with vistas over the harbour. We killed time popping into tourist shops and strange ...
A day of rest after a crazy nonstop weekend. Enjoyed a beautiful run through Centennial Park, only about a 10 minute walk from the apartment. I was surrounded not only by other joggers, walkers, and bikers, but also horseback riders. In the very middle of the park is a horse race track, so next to the biking and walking path, there is a dirt area for the horses.
The scenery was ...
... at everyone. We saw loads of fish ranging from giant blue Groupers to tiny squid. We went to a place called Watsons Bay for lunch, where Euan's friend works, and got it all for free! Sarah even enjoyed a raspberry mojito. The next day we did the famous Bondi to Coogee walk, which is a 2 hour walk along the coast passing many beautiful beaches. We met Euan along the way in Bronte and stopped for lunch. The weather was absolutely fantastic. I played football a couple ...
... the legal drink drive limit before climbing. After that we were kitted up in full body suits, a rather dashing grey which had no pockets for any accessories, they must also have a problem with people dropping things from the top! After we were kitted up with safety harness, fleece, caps etc if required we were given our headsets and the main event began. We were guided on to and up the bridge by Phil, who was very educated about the bridges history and ...