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A centrally situated hotel in the MBD near George Street and Sydney Town Hall: Hotel Coronation, 5 Park Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
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... into the store looking for kibble. Anyway, Lorelei trails dogs around in a way that looks entirely natural to someone who doesn't know that she's trying to get in their orbit and sneak a touch. Thankfully, the dogs (and their owners) have all been accommodating...so far.
- The parks are also teeming with people on a mission to get (or stay) fit. I don't know if there's a global fitness index, but if there is, Sydney must be near the top. Or maybe ...
... the Gold Coast with two boys, leaving Sydney in a few days. We got all excited at the prospect of this, camping a long the way, visiting amazing surf spots (they were surfers) and beautiful beaches such as Byron Bay and Yamba. It was all pretty random but he was messaging us back and seemed keen for us to join. We asked to meet them before hand so arranged to meet the next day. Later that evening, all her flatmates came back. There were 3 foreign boys who seemed ...
... to explore the rooftop swimming pool with harbour glimpses - fantastic! Then our concierge recommended Fratelli Freschi at Cafe Sopra (underneath Rockpool) where we had great lasagna and pizzas. The kids wanted to read for 30 mins, and as The Establishment Bar was just downstairs, Steven and I snuck off for a quick champagne so that I could say that I'd been ...
... behind the corner.
After months of planning, years of seeing it on TV, movies and books, seeing it in in person was something else. Not to mention catching a glimpse of the Sydney Harour Bridge just a stones throw away from the Opera House.
A few dozen pictures later and we had a look through the DK travel guide and decided to do one of the walks to fully embrace Sydney and its sights. We started at Circular Quay, stopping off for a ...
... became bluer the closer we approached & cutting our way thru mountains to Hunters Valley and warming to 25* heading past Mooney mooney creek and Wahroonga, Hornsby & Ryde on our way thru Warawee into North of Sydney at 3pm and having to cut thru the never ending tunnel and cross the city to reach double bay. Pulling in for a P stop on flat ground and at the foot of the darling point, before heaving ourselves up the hill to find parking outside Poppy's to wait for her ...