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... way, we are about to be wheels up and out of here. Thank you Sydney for an amazing six days. Until we meet again!
Anyhoo, Tuesday, our final day in Sydney, was designated beach time and free time for any last minute things we needed to see or do. Unfortunately Mother Nature did not get the itinerary and decided to whip up the wind something fierce out at Bondi Beach. Nothing like that wind blown look ...
... front of us was happy to recline and pass gas the entire flight. I scooted to the back and had a whole seat to myself! Virgin Airlines has an app you can upload and you can get on their free wifi and watch shows. It made time go fast! As we approached Sydney we once again saw the sun rise on the east coast of Australia. At the airport we had no trouble and were shuttled to our hotel which just happens to be ...
... between skyscrapers and metro stations halfway between central and the harbour. There's an Anzac tribute, all marble and art, at its centre, and a street performer blew bubbles filled with cigarette smoke to passively earn a gold coin or two. McQuarie street (said Mc Quarry) takes you past the NSW Art Gallery to the Royal Botanical Gardens which occupy a third of the most expensive real estate in Australia and lead to the waters edge. A yacht complete with helicopter taxi made ...
... sodas, orange drink, and candy bars, they had Smirnoff Ice, red and white wines, Heineken, and several choices of Australian beers! God love Australia! My friend Julie collected me at noon, and we headed straight to the beach for a bite. Tamarama beach in Sydney is a small beautiful beach with healthy fare. After lunch we swung by Bondi Beach- the most famous beach in Sydney. Then we headed to The Rocks for some ...
... 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 ...