Hotel Ibis Thornleigh
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... Beach. Considering how cool it was and now it was around 3 pm, it was surprising to see how many people were surfing and swimming. The sand is powder white and it is really amazing to see. If only it was warm enough to fully enjoy walking on the beach, but I can see how it would attract huge crowds. Lots of people walking the promenade around it too.
We went to our stop to continue on and this ...
... screeching and my hamster cheeks squished together in the door. After drama one of the day I got out and saw the family. I wished my parents a Happy 23rd Wedding Anniversary and we got in the van to the airport. We re-juggled the suitcases a bit as some were more overweight than others and checked in. Before long, we were up, up and away. It was a bit bumpy as the clouds were low so I had to hold Daisy's hand. The flight was like being in a zoo. There were kids ...
... probably my favorite hightlight from Sydney.
We then strolled around the city. We went to the Queen Victoria Building - built in the late 1800s - now a beautiful shopping center. Hyde park was lovely with enormous, gorgeous trees and got back to the hotel in time to get ready for our fancy dinner at O Bar. This is on the top floor (47th?) of a round office building that slowly revolves around as you dine. The views ...
... you..... After stopping to take in views of the Three Sisters (Meehni', 'Wimlah' and Gunnedoo') we grabbed an ice cream and head down the track to Scenic World an environmentally friendly theme park esque place that Tan just couldn't wait to visit (just in case you cant pick it up on here - there's some serious sarcasm there)!! The track itself is what started of Tans fear.... it's a cliff walk, which for the first 10 minutes or so had a railing on the edge, but ...
... close to the path and a managed to find them after looking for not too long, turns out Brittany's phone had died, or at least that's what she said! The wait then began.. We played card games and chilled, had noodles for dinner which where quite expensive but I was hungry and didn't bring much food! The first lot of fireworks at 9 only lasted 5 mins and where ****, the wait for midnight was long and everyone was getting tired! Then it ...
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