Ibis Budget Wentworthville
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What better way to end this journey than hopping out of bed and running for 70 minutes! One last look at the Harbour, the bridge, the Opera House and the Botanical Gardens. I whipped off 13KM so a half should be easy - right? Christine and Caleb went off to the Power Station Museum which was about applied sciences and an odd assortment of other exhibitions. It turned out to be on par with the ...
... Banana and stopping for a cuppa from our thermos in Dululu. Been there before. If you want phone reception park next to the phone box outside the pub. Now we are in Gracemere...just outside Rockhampton. The only park to take dogs. $32 a night powered site. Grassy, clean basic amenities and peaceful. There is a railway line not far off but not many trains and not noisy. Kevin loves that we are on the Tropic of Capricorn, so in the tropics now. Good drinking weather, he ...
... Opera House. What a a view! It's just as stunning as the photos! At 2pm we headed back through the botanic gardens towards the hotel in the hope of checking in a getting some rest. And luckily for us we got into our room and we have a beautiful view of the Sydney harbour bridge and you can just see the top of the opera house peeking over the tops of the trees. I don't think we'll ever tire of that ...
... for me..it felt like jumping in one of the step up movies..on this unification-day-dance -battle four societys from different universities came to show their best moves and compete in front of the international (Japanese,Korean..) judges..
3 1/2 h of music & passion!
Check this out.. https://youtu.be/96pQCrdApJk.. (only found this one dance battle from last year on youtube, of course this year the people and the crowd where even better;)
... runs the place. Once you try those, there is no going back)
The next few days, I hopped on and off the buses, walked around streets, and explored the city with an empty mind. I had completely scrapped the usual touristy stuff from my list and wanted to absorb the city's true soul. Hidden lanes, high end cafes and pubs, small coffee shops to me were the city's soul. Walk through George Street or Angle Street or even the Pitt Street and try those nooks ...