Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
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- Arrived at Huntsville airport with 7 Kiwi students and my 3 Aussies. Checked in. Plane delayed by 1/2 hour. Announcement at 5:30. Flight cancelled due to an accident on the plane. Apparently a softdrink can exploded in a hostesses's hand. Causing damage to the hostsie and plane. We were stuck till same time tomorrow. I was devastated and disgusted. Kiwis had no chaperone so I said that I will take responsibility ...
... still raining, it didn't put a damper (pun intended) on our day. To think this country started out as a penal colony, unbelievable. We next hopped on a tour bus with John as our guide. He was so witty and full of stories. The architecture is a favorite of mine. We went to Bondi Beach and saw the mighty surf. Like slipping back into the 70's...very laid back, man. Bohemia still lives! Tomorrow... Taronga ...
We stayed at my brother Geoff's place for a week and spent the time visiting Daniel, Fran and Aiden, plus we caught up with friends Vlad and Sue. It was a busy week, and we managed to spend a lot of time playing with Aiden, who is super cute. The Easter Show was great, not crowded and lots to see. Weather was perfect, nice cool nights and sunny ...
... it started I had time to eat my "last supper": bread and wine!
I would definitely recommend to go to the opera, but only for the building itself and the dessert not for dinner..because it's the place with the most expensive bread roll even if they have the cheapest ice cream..$2 each! And the wine I was talking about was another story..It was not "goon", the cheap "backpacker" one out of the plastic bag and also not ...
... Never did i see anyone, anywhere in boring colors! There was always this pop of color, added somewhere.
Made a few new friends, walked and talked about the culture, the dos and the dont's (well hardly were there any dont's). Turns out Sydney painted me red, instead the other way round.
P.S. Those little lanes also have some hidden bars, which serve really nice cocktails !! Venture out and see how it can surprise you..