Airport Sydney International Motor Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAirport Sydney International Motor Inn Arncliffe
Basic in every way i.e. service was slow and not real friendly, rooms and buildings are small and tired. No info available on what's around. Only useful for a sleep handy to the airport
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Today was an early start as we headed up to Denham to Bethel. Simon and I picked up our hire cars the day before so we were all ready to go. Thanks to my trusty Nokia, the Navigator app got us there in one piece. And in true Scottish fashion we avoided the $4.40 toll on the M5 and took an extra half an hour to get there.
Bethel is as …
... through all the necessary stuff, was a bit gob-smacked at all the duty free areas (first time overseas travellers you see!) And no here we are 7pm AEST, 7000 KM to go to LA where it is 2am. We arrive there around 10 am then another flight at 1 to SFC.
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