All Seasons Crows Nest Sydney

220 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest, New South Wales, 2065, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 220 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest, is near Explorer Bus Services, Sydney Skydiving Centre, Echo Point Walk, and Sydney by Diva.
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Travel Blogs from Crows Nest


A travel blog entry by fivedrive on Jul 19, 2014

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... slab hut style building with a sheltered north east facing courtyard that is adjacent to a farm. So to the country sounds of frogs, a rooster and a lamb we enjoyed our coffee and scones. They make the questionable claim to have "world famous scones"... They were enjoyable but not quite there... At Mittagong a brief visit to the scrapbooking shop was the last stop before home. After 23 days of travelling, 8089km, 962 litres of fuel, 6000+ photos, ...

Last day in Sydney

A travel blog entry by jacquidaly on Jul 07, 2014

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... But after all that walking I definitely needed a Nanna nap, before heading to the LINDT CAFE (in capitals because it deserves to be shouted) for some chocolately goodness, to celebrate Hallie's birthday, followed by a visit to IMAX to see Transformers. We headed back to the hotel, just in time for the rest of the boys (Mark, Sam, Tom and Anthony) to arrive. Now everybody is here ready for our ...


A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 05, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... and the Opera House (which are as impressive as you'd imagine them to be!) This tour was again free (noticing a pattern here?), and we were asked to give a tip at the end for how much we thought it was worth. After a quick lunch we hopped on a passenger Ferry to Manly Beach. We did this on Colin's advice, as we got a great view of the harbour and city at a fraction of the cost of the harbour cruise. Manly had a nice beach, where the surfers were out doing their ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by cw14 on Apr 30, 2014

... playing in the sand, collecting seashells, swimming, and just fooling around. We stayed at the beach for about 3 or four hours and left at 6:00 pm to go home and shower. After we showered, we left the apartment to go to Subway and eat a yummy and healthy sandwich for dinner. After Subway, we went to go buy popcorn from the store and a couple of movies to watch at home. we watched a really good horror movie, ate some popcorn, and eventually dozed off. today was a pretty fabulous day! (: ...

Happy Birthday Dad and Bon Voyage

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Apr 14, 2014

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... to go on the carrousel so I volunteered to go with her. It was the slowest moving thing I've been on and as we were going around we thought we were proper jokers pretending to be asleep whilst over enthusiastic parents were pretending to their children how fun/fast they were going with unnecessary noises and hand gestures. We swiftly moved on from here and caught the ferry to Darling Harbour. Here we enjoyed the perfect view of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Once we ...