Macquarie Boutique Hotel
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... It is often quicker to take a boat than a bus or train. We had a walk along George Street which has anything and everything one can imagine. From office towers to shopping galore, if you can find George Street you can orient yourself. As we laid our heads down to sleep, the great price started to become clearer. A few inconspicuous places turned into some sort of dance clubs which lasted through to 3:30AM - YE ...
Saturday - travel day. Finally the day has dawned and I am up with the sparrows with a long list of last minute things which should only take me a couple of hours to finish.... before breakfast I thought! No, not a chance - I was still marking things off at 4pm just before jumping into the shower to change to go!Around midday ...
... imaginable. . Brisbane is the capital and most popular city in Queensland and this is our stop today. It has a population of 2.3 million but doesn't appear that big. It is a really pretty city with the Brisbane River running through it. It is surrounded by rolling hills There are parks and beaches everywhere and people on lunch can go to the beach. The houses are all built on stilts as there have been several floods Our tour today is to Lone Pine ...
Pathetic Fallacy: A personification that gives human emotions
to inanimate objects of nature. This is a term I learned in high school
English class where nature reflects the mood of the character or the
surroundings. Authors often use it to foreshadow what is to come.
arrived in Sydney on Good Friday. The clouds appeared sullen. The rain
was coming down in buckets. We pulled up to our townhouse rental in
Newtown, a ...
... climb to the peak, but it would of set us back over £150 each. Our second trip into the city started from Manly, on the east coast of Sydney, we were dropped off 2km outside and walked along the coast to the beach. We grabbed a bite to eat at a nice bar overlooking the harbour and hopped on boat transfer to the city centre, passing by the opera house and harbour bridge. We finished with a cheeky drink at the opera bar around sunset, ...