Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee Beach - Sydney
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... and sent us on our way. It was brilliant. Such luck that we were here for the game, and that they managed to get tickets! The weather was pretty dreary, so the rugby itself was more of a kicking fest, and saw the game end at 12-12 with no tries, not the biggest thriller, but nonetheless a great evening out. Back home and finally getting some sleep after our 24hrs since ...
... say hello to John and check out to see if the water really does do down the opposite way ! long treck down the other end of airport with both my bags but i finally found the bathroom .... i actually found the showers- little further down i found the bathrooms and there i locked my self in a handicap bathroom as it was the only one big enough to fit my and all my bags! To my disappointment the toilets here are kinda advanced or something because ...
... Next weekend will be real awesome guys, because I am going to do another road trip with my friend Miranda to, wait for it, Melbourne. This is going to be really nice; Great Ocean Road, Visiting the city and Philips Island. I cannot wait to be there and visit another part of the Australian’s country. Love you guys, but the only thing they do not have here and that I need…a really huge Poutine. Go, eat one for me! ...
... which made the experience all the more cozy and inviting. Another bonus - they played country music...at a thai restaurant...in Sydney. Weird but welcome.
After wandering around Manly, I headed back to the main harbour. The symphony was playing Gladiator in the opera house with the movie in the background, but when I checked tickets had been sold out. I spontaneously decided to see a ballet in the Opera House and lucked out to ...
... place with Australian meat pies, a hand sized pastry usually filled with diced or minced meat and gravy, a popular snack. The gravy does not run out onto your hands and clothes because it is too thick. With meat pies and coffees, we walked to the beach to examine the other tourists, the rows of Norfolk pines and bikini-clad bodies. Norfolk pines fringe many of Sydney's northern beaches affording a scenic wind break. We had heard of ...