Dive Hotel

Address: 234 Arden Street, Coogee, New South Wales, 2034, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 234 Arden Street, Coogee, is near Coogee Beach, Bronte, Coogee/Lurline Bay Walk, and Wylie's Baths.
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      Sick in Sydney

      A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 17, 2014

      5 photos

      Day 33. We awoke from one of those fantastic deep sleeps that utter exhaustion brings to a bit of a nightmare - rain. Not drizzle or 'spitting it down', but hammering, pouring, 'cats and dogs' rain. Going outside in such rain was plain stupid so we decided to play the waiting game. Our patience was rewarded as the clouds parted and the downpour ceased. We high tailed it into Sydney city centre, determined to make the most of the good weather. Our first stop was ...

      I survived 22 hour flight !

      A travel blog entry by lyssa.c on Jun 28, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... t even swirl it kinda just pressure washes all over hahah ! I changed my clothes, brushed my teeth for the first time in days and it felt good! After my adventure to bathroom i grabbed a seat near arrivals and hit up the wifi and updated my fb status ( of course haha). after 40 minutes later I was greeted by Wendy, who ask me if I had come in from Canada. I knew it was Wendy right away from her scarf and i was so relieved to see her i said ...

      Rugby Field Notes

      A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on May 28, 2014

      ... if you can't keep your defensive assignment. But you never know. Get in off load lanes. Read the game, and take advantage of any catchable intercepts.

      6.) Charge down. Go full out. Lay out if thats what it takes. You will lay out in front of a hockey puck but you won't lay out for a rugby ball? Come on ****. Read the box kick, come in hard from the B defender and get in the way.

      7.) Restarts. Have a go, try and catch the high ...

      Aaaaand we're home.

      A travel blog entry by christineatkins on Apr 26, 2014

      Overnight flights with two young children are extremely overrated. Even when they are rated low. While they both slept really well (I had to carry Beeb off the plane still asleep), their constant slipping down the seat and attempts at sleeping in the aisle meant that we didn't. Oh well, home now, enjoying some SPACE although Beeb has still not adjusted to living in more than one room and insists on sitting on me at every opportunity. Early night for everyone I ...

      The Phantom of the Opera House

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Apr 05, 2014

      29 photos

      ... 150 seats (5 rows away from the stage) for $35 with my student card. Good choice Lynsey (self high-five). It was a moving experience to that caliber of performance in the most famous opera house that I know of. The lady beside me had seasons tickets and she confirmed that this ballet was very well done. The costumes and set were beautifully made and the performers were great actors as well as elite ballerinas. Uncle Joe, if you are reading ...