Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... ever, we didn't managed to get the bus back, we got on the train instead which was completely packed. Jack had texted Lee to tell her that we were on the train and then asked her about buses from the station. When we got to the station, Lee hadn't replied so we jumped in a cab back to their house. However this was not true - Lee had replied and Ange was on her way to come pick us up from the station and now we were in the cab. We ...
... takes ages to walk from the terminal to baggage collection. We were so buggered we walked so slowly and found ourselves in the end of the long customs line. Chatting to another mum and daughter team in the line passed the time away and we were quickly through and on our own. After finding the ticket desk had just closed we went downstairs to the ticket machine. I knew I wanted the special return ticket for ¥4000 but there was no option. ...
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 ...
... opera house. It was a spectacular sight! The pictures don't really do it justice! Getting off the ship was very easy and the trip to the airport was uneventful. The city looks beautiful and I can't wait to come back to explore the city! We had several hours wait at the airport for our flight, so I got caught up on paying bills and getting emails ...
... the suburbs, is that destinations like Circular Quay are just a short bus or train ride away, with no advance planning required. We walked along the water amid tourists and perhaps an even greater number of Sydney joggers. People here take their physical fitness seriously. Maybe that's due to the beach culture, which does not embrace modesty. Anyway, we were looking at the sights and the scenery, not the ...