Killara Inn Hotel & Conference Centre
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After breakfast in Manly we first stopped by Paul and Renee (our Masta Pasta couple) before going to the Philpott house, our accommodation. Luckily they were at home and we surprised them with our visit. After catching up briefly we did some grocery shopping (in Aldi!) and then went to the Philpott's place in Forsteville - thanks heaps to the Philpotts for letting us stay at your place!! The kids were glad ...
... on the Pyrmont Bay so the surroundings were beautiful. The festival was well attended and great for families. They had food, drink, entertainment and even a petting zoo for the kids. The weather was perfect for being outside in the sunshine near the water!
We eventually made our way back to the Central Business District and decided it was time to call it a day. Another great day!
Landing in Sydney sent us straight back to big city mode. Trains, skyscrapers and millions of people replaced the mountains, lakes and sheep. We only had 4 days to see the city and got straight into it.
We were staying with a good friend of Lloyd’s that used to live in London, Christina and her boyfriend Steve. It was great to have a home to go back to every day and they spoilt us rotten.
The first task was to sort out Sherilyn’s iPad ...
... where Monique and Ariana went to buy delicious croissants for breakfast.
In the afternoon, they go see the Sydney Track Classic, a sports event with Olympic athletes such as champion David Oliver - the fourth fastest man in history in 100m hurdles - or Sally Pearson.
On Sunday evening John and I are alone again and we have a really good plan. We watch a movie in bed. We CAN choose the movie! It is great but we fall asleep ...
... and why. The trainer smelt of mouse, which is why she got a bite. Thankfully I ran out of my eau de mouse a while back so I felt kind of ok about it. It was put round my neck, trainer let go, BAM -picture, followed immediately by a "take it back now". Bout 20seconds id say. Tick that off my life bingo and never do it again. We were then taken to Hunter Valley for a tour of some of the vineyards. We went to around 5. In such a beautiful setting, rows and rows of vines ...
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