Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee Beach - Sydney
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I wish everyone a happy new year and all the best for it ! Yesterday was the longest day ever. Kim and me got up at 5am got ready and drove our car to our friends from Griffith. Then we took the train to North Sydney where the others were but before that we went into a lovely pie cafe. They sell pies there for over 40 years now and won several awards for them. And I ...
... fantastic happening tomorrow morning. The meeting of the Frenchies took place right atop North Bondi with a breezy view along the coast and across that vast blue expanse, called ocean :) Some thirty-odd Frenchies were expected to party it up and shake the hill to bits, so we simply couldn't miss out on that. Scott & Jett his dog, who set up the whole event are also the masterminds behind The Little Paws ...
... buckwheat pancake, greek yogurt, an exotic fruit platter, a selection of breads, great long blacks and cooked stuff if you have room for it. Eaten garden side at the back of the house, it is a wonderful and healthy start to the day.
*We are heading to Kirribilli Market this morning. It takes place on alternate Sundays (check!) and you can find it under the arches of the North side of Harbour Bridge. A good place to ...
... official name
Designer: don't know
Year opened: unsure, 1990s perhaps
Location: Town Hall Square Shopping Centre, Sydney
Materials: various stone and other
History: From local knowledge the fountain is maintained by the city of Sydney but is in the courtyard of a café
... access roads to gain freedom and railways were built by immigrants from India. Just finishing making it four lanes whole way. Rails were different gauge in different areas of Australia until recently. Oil from trees falls to forest floor and is flammable so frequent fires especially from lightening. Firefighters do controlled back burns so less chance later. Many bush fires are also caused by people who drop cigarettes, light campfires, or throw away ...