The Mercantile Hotel

Address: 25 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chinatown area of Sydney, is near Queen Victoria Building (QVB), Sydney Town Hall, Marble Bar, and Paddy Pallin.
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      Easter Weekend

      A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Apr 03, 2015

      98 photos

      ... we were sorted but thank god he told us. We ended up paying $30 to get a shower. We did get to use the sauna and steam room too but it's a good job I'm getting close to wet wipes as we can't be paying for that all the time. After shower and lunch in the cafe we headed out towards Bondi beach. We got lost and drove round in circles, even driving over the harbour bridge twice but we made it finally. What to say about Bondi. Well it's a beach, it's alright, it's really busy and ...

      Sydney: The Great Outdoors

      A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Mar 25, 2015

      30 photos

      As a visitor from the UK, the people of Sydney are noticeably outdoorsy but who can blame them when they have the weather and surroundings to make being outside preferable to being shut up inside? One of the best ways to experience what Sydney has to offer is to, quite simply, walk. The city boasts some incredible walks which allow you to soak up the sun and appreciate ...

      Arrival in Sydney

      A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Mar 03, 2015

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      ... as base hostel is no tune. We showered up and set off to Sydney Harbour to do some sightseeing. Seeing the Opera House and Sydney Harbour bridge was like something from a film set, we also went to look around/lie down and sunbathe in the Royal Botanical Gardens which were just a beautiful until it started to cloud over and we headed back to the bar next to our ...

      Under the Pump

      A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Feb 01, 2015

      ... by the time Don was through the story. We wandered past Argyle Street; a street going up a large hill with steps leading down through the sandstone on the other side. Convicts quarried out the steps because the rich who lived at the top of the hill wanted easier access to the bottom of the hill. Unfortunately, as a result, thieves also got easier access up the hill to rob them. It was a really interesting area with a lot of history. Shops that were “for lease” all had ...

      "Hi, I'm Alastair and I don't want to be here"

      A travel blog entry by cvonsicard on Jan 20, 2015

      12 photos

      ... with the Opera House and Bridge in the background. I think we nailed it. After this we caught the train across Sydney to Chinatown where we bought dinner (obviously we wangled a discount) and then headed down to Darling Habour where I'm now sat. Important things to note: double check the dates of important events, have a rough idea of things to do in the big cities and areas to ensure you don't waste time not knowing what to ...