Medina Serviced Apartments North Ryde
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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What an end to the trip. We had the best hotel ever right outside the London eye. We did things such as do a lords tour, Watch a natwest t20 blast game, see the London eye, Big Ben, Buckingham palace Westminster abbey do a tour of Wembley stadium and was the first person ever to see Steve smiths name on the lords honour board. Literally. Back to school tomorrow. Noooooooooooo. I do want to see friends but don't tell mrs sim. I forgot and London ...
... towns at the cinema. I've been so busy in the day from start to finish its hard to find time to write my blog. This one has been very rushed to write because I had to fit it in quickly before I go out surfing later. It's really nice here, I'm experiencing the typical Australian life as I'm chilling with the locals who have lived here their whole life. I'm excited to touch down at the Gold Coast ...
... Dining room. It was pretty grand. We felt like kings and queens. Three course meal, bottle of wine later, as many drinks as we want, we were so full. Our waiter Jaimie, was so nice. He told us he worked for 8 months of the year on the ship straight. He was from the Philippines and had three teenage children. He told us he missed them so much, but needed the job. He told us to come back again tomorrow night. The hospitality was unbelievable, nothing was ...
And the jet lag continues. Managed to watch a movie, have a coffee, and finish my leftovers from dinner all before 8am. Fingers crossed this adjustment is coming to an end.
We had a free buffet breakfast at the hotel this morning - let's just say we took full advantage. The US really needs to reevaluate how we cook our eggs, cause they really have it down here. Sunny side up has ...
... to drive out to North Head overlooking the entrance to Sydney Harbour. This is the area where early immigrants were placed in quarantine to ensure they did not bring in any contagious diseases after spending many weeks sailing to the new world. Many perished here, if not before they landed. From the Head we could see Watsons Bay, Balmoral Beach and Sydney Harbour’s superb scenery on this clear sunny day, with sail boats and ferries ...