Madison's Ward Avenue Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sydney
The final leg of my trip was a few days in Sydney, and it was non stop fun. Winter did not disappoint, and I woke up, after a great nights sleep, to a very rainy, stormy Sydney. I was meeting my friend from Bali in the evening for dinner and she suggested I go over to Bondi Beach for the day even though the weather was so rubbish, so I pulled out my raincoat, jumped on the bus and off I went. I arrived at Bondi and there was a glimmer of sunshine, by the time I had done to ...
... to park my car down the road away from trees (I have only ever parked under a tree in Dee Why for an hour, ONCE! Lets just say, there are too many parrots in the trees and they like to leave their mark!) Trevor and I then walked down to the beach to just sit and watch the passing crowd with a coffee which turned into ...
... and it is the largest in the world. It opened in 1927 and you can cuttle with a koala or feed kangaroos. We had our photos taken holding the koala and feeding the kangaroos. There are many demonstrations with feeding birds or sheep and dog show. This is a beautiful area and located in the city. Our tour did the highlights of the city as well. They have managed to add new modern buildings and also keep the old architecture as well. Entertainment tonight is ...
... of Sydney. We were not able to find any
parking (and we now have a 9 seater van). I frantically called the
owner to ask where to park our van but could not reach her. I texted and
emailed, but to no avail. We found a paid 2-hour parking spot nearby and
unloaded our bags. We settled into our 10 day stay at the apartment
that sleeps 6. The bedrooms were fine. But quickly found other things
were missing. We only had 2 bistro chairs and a tiny ...
... city slickers sipping on champers, it wasn't the cheapest, but worth it for the view and atmosphere. With the amount of peninsulas on the east coast of Sydney, there was plenty of beaches to lvisit. The most famous being Bondi beach, Emma's old friend also named Emma drove us over with her tiny 3 week old baby. We had lunch overlooking the bay, scouting for any famous life guards that appear on the TV show "Bondi Rescue", I was tempted to drown for ...
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