Ibis Sydney Olympic Park

Address: Olympic Blvd Herb Elliott Ave, Homebush, New South Wales, 2140, Australia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Olympic Blvd Herb Elliott Ave, Homebush, is near Sydney Olympic Park, Stadium Australia, Olympic Stadium, and State of Origin.
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Travel Blogs from Homebush

Day 112 - Sydney, Australia

A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Dec 23, 2014

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... we got free entry into the Bridge Pylon Look Out. We had to walk back to the bridge for this and then walk up a stupid amount of steps to get to the top of the tower. From here you get great views across the harbour towards the opera house and the mouth of the harbour to the East, and to the West you can see Cockatoo Island, Paramatta River and the opening of Darling Harbour. Although you are not as high as when on the bridge climb the one advantage is that you get ...

FINAL BLOG: Never Smile at a Crocodile

A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Nov 16, 2014

... a convicting track record in any court....but I like to think my bathroom etiquette is pretty good so maybe I just made poor companion choices or I snore too much, it might be the snoring. However despite this record, Oscar has shown how an experienced traveller gets it done...and good news, while there have not been a lack of moments that perhaps airport security were second guessing their decision to let us through, or taxi drivers taking us extra quickly to our destination ...

The First Day - Day One at Sea

A travel blog entry by mmckinlay6 on Nov 11, 2014


... Fiance delivered with a range of sweet treats including jelly cups, fresh fruit, chocolate slice and cream puffs.

After lunch we went back up to our cabin and sure enough our suitcases had been delivered - all except Chelsea's! It was a fun game telling her that we thought we heard someone drop it off at the door while Tiffany and I both unpacked and it sure kept her occupied for a short while. We met our room attendant - a friendly fella but ...

Home Away From Home

A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Nov 07, 2014

3 comments, 27 photos

... Building and Westfield, absorbing the bustling atmosphere and acting like typical tourists. It was so much fun and we ended the evening in China Town, which by the way is one of the largest I have seen. It was interesting to find out that 17% of the Sydney population is made up of Asians, and the culture is very prominent throughout.

Our next day was very busy and educational, starting with a coffee cruise on the second biggest harbour in ...

Leaving Sydney

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Jul 28, 2014

... some last minute shopping bought some new shoes and bits and pieces. Went and caught the train to to the airport which was so expensive! It was 4 stops from central station & it cost me $17!! Couldn't believe how much it was! Anyway it was a good trip only took me about 10mins on the train then I was at the airport, so I arrived about an hour too early and sat at the airport sending emails to the girls from the dancing pictures we had taken on my ...