Ibis Sydney Olympic Park
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... this was unheard of!
We then headed off down the street to find 'something' to eat - and found an Italian place called Cafe Concerto where we ate a delicious bowl of spaghetti napoleotane. After a lovely hot meal there was no longer any energy to go to St James, so we wondered the streets around Kensington, finding an ...
... they use, there's no unlimited internet. Along the same vein, I've realized how amazingly grateful I am to have internet at all!!!! If there was no internet, I wouldn't even have attempted this trip. I wouldn't have known anyone in the country, where to stay, what to do, nothing! I can't imagine going to a foreign country without having some sort of idea what you're getting into. I mean how would you even make hotel reservations?! CALL?? Where would ...
... the park, admiring the views for a while. Heaven. Down past foundation park, I stopped for a couple of choccies and onto Circular Quay heading for the Opera House to check out the inside this time! And, as seems to be the way with this adventure, everything just seems to fit perfectly into place. I rock up and there's a tour in 15 minutes! Woo! Totally amazing to learn all about the construction of this building. Equally awe inspiring on the inside and got myself a ...
... t wanna sleep, to get in the right time! So I walked two hours, under 35 degrees... I saw the opera, the botanic garden. When I came back I slept just a little and then I talked with my new friends, from Netherland, Peru, Argentina, Italy, Danmark... The Italian cooked pasta and we ate together! No one from them is in an introducing week, but I will see tomorrow the others ...
... amp; stop to fuel the car and the people at Glenrowan at around 8am we find a quaint little café called McDONALDS!! (I hear the sighing but let me tell you, it’s quick, reasonably clean, they have toilets and most importantly not bad coffee)
Back on the Hume my turn to be in charge, mixed bag of rain, sleet, snow & sun (ok maybe no snow but I’m pretty sure I saw sleet) we see one of the towns coming up is Gundagai so after ...