Crowne Plaza Norwest Sydney
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... 40 - Coffee 4 - Internet 5 - Groceries 21 - Jewelry 13 - Busker 1 - Lunch 9 - Shoes 100 - Gatorade 5 - Breakfast 9 - Postcards 1 - Locks 19 - Shirts 5 - Beers 9 Total $326 x 0.97 = $317 March 29 - Sydney (all in AUS): - Earrings 18 - Wine 10 - Dinner 11 - Busker 2 - Internet 5 Total $46 x 0.97 = $45 CAD Total daily spending so far: $457 Total trip thus far: $12,550 From here on out I will post the costs of my daily trip spend and add it to the running ...
... eventually made it to a good parking spot not far from Circular Quay, and began our day in the city. On the way to the Quay, we passed by the filming studio for Australia's version of Good Morning America. 10 minutes later, I saw the Harbour Bridge emerge from behind the skyscrapers for the very first time. Although I had never laid eyes on it before, it seemed like a familiar friend after years of looking at pictures and videos of it. Not long after, ...
... paperwork necessary then and there to the disinterested agent, who then chooses the best offer at their leisure! We wanted to have a good chance of being able to walk to work, and having visited all the suburbs around the Central Business District, we settled on the western suburb of Pyrmont as being a good bet. It's handy for the city but has it's own community feel, plenty of pubs and restaurants, and a lot of the large blocks of ...
... we all got our bearings from what I can remember, we walked up to the Sydney Harbour bridge and the Oprah house, taking in the sights and smells of the city. I couldn't help but seek out comparisons between Melbourne and Sydney, I knew I would eventually have to choose one to live of the cities for a few months. I had been told that Melbourne was like the Manchester of Australia and Sydney was like the London and my initial thoughts agreed with that statement. Sydney felt a lot ...
We ventured across town after soaking up the excitement of the big night before. Lewis had decided he wanted to get a ring and so at Bondi Junction he popped off in search of one. Meanwhile Claire ate a subway and waited excitedly for his return. Amazingly on New Year's day Lewis found the one shop that was open and brought a ring. It was great for it to feel official and although this is just to be a temporary option whilst travelling it felt special have a ring ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility