Holiday Inn Parramatta
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... settle back with a good feed and a good coffee. Well - after walking what seems like kilometres and kilometres, we finally found somewhere that looked decent that we could have something to eat. And for those of you wondering what Sydney International Departures is like: it's clear that they're going through a renovation phase. There are plenty of shops there - but both Kerrie and I had reasonably fruitless wanders.. About 15 minutes late, our Aircraft ...
... We went to each corner and took photos, the first corner seemed the best as you could see the Opera House and all the boats going passed. Being able to see everything crossing the bridge was pretty cool. From one side you could see more people doing the bridge climb. The bridge wasn't much higher than the Pylon, I really don't see how it's worth it, it's around $150 to climb the bridge and the only extras you get is having to climb a load more steps and ...
... gemeldet und ein Doppelzimmer angeboten, welches etwa 80€ billiger, nah genug am Zentrum gelegen war und kostenloses parken (statt 30€ pro Tag beim Hostel) anbot. Nach einigen Mails hin und her entschieden wir uns also für diese Variante und stornierten das Hostel. Damit begann die Odyssey! 10 Minuten später bekamen wir eine e-Mail mit der Bestätigung der Stornierung und 20 Minuten später bekamen wir eine e-Mail, mit der Nachricht, dass wir das Zimmer ...
... a vibrant picture along the coasts of Sri Lanka.The central highlands of the island are filled with pictures of stirring mountains carpeted with lush green tea gardens, roaring waterfalls mingling with the clouds and landscapes shimmering in sunlight and disappearing under the rising mist. Travelling towards the top of the country to the North Central Valley of the Kings, mountains covered with ...
... is in The Rocks. Here I got some night views of the Opera House and Bridge. There was a theme in the first two weeks. Even my commute from their place on the North Shore meant I could see the Opera House everyday on the train. One Sunday I went with them to Adam’s niece’s christening in Coogee where I met his large family. Very random but they are sooo lovely. They also took me to my first ever cricket match: Australia vs South Africa. Poor ...