Darlo Bar - A.K.A. Royal Sovereign Hotel
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... station. This brought us out on Elisabeth street. We were 503 Elisabeth street so it was a short walk up the hill to find our home for the next four days. We found it with great ease. We booked it through Air BnB in August as we knew how quickly places get booked up in Sydney over new year. It cost £500 between three of us which isn't too bad. Katie had already arrived. (For those of you who don't know me, I ...
... gladly say that everything leads to something else. Cause and effect. Action, reaction. One door closes, another one opens. And so on. To some, I'm probably just arguing semantics here, but there's a big difference, so I might as well rant to open a blog :) if you do think they're the same thing, do me a favour, next time you want to be optimistic about a bad situation, don't say the effect came before the cause; that just doesn't make sense. Still with me? Alright, onto my ...
... lunch the next day (definitely one of the times we've been super grateful supermarkets here are open til midnight every night).
When we eventually got home, we both crashed in bed, ready for another day at work on Monday. G's manager arrived in Melbourne Monday morning, and is here til Wednesday, so G had to drive to the airport again to pick her manager up, and then didn't get home til well after 6. B had a normal (but sleepy) day at work, before arriving home to ...
... places can be hugely interesting. We look forward to understanding our own country from a new perspective.
*Travel is meant to broaden the mind. But it also focuses the mind on the problems of your home country and its defects. In particular it highlights the inadequacies of our political system and of the politicians who are elected to run the national business and manage its staff. Some of the good ideas we have ...
... can see all the way down to the far end of Hyde Park from there for a glimpse of the Archibald fountain.
What I called it: Reflecting Pool Hyde Park
Official name: The Anzac Memorial Pool of Reflection
Designer: Bruce Dellit
Year opened: 1934
Location: In the southern end of Hyde Park, near Liverpool Street
History: The pool is part ...