Mercure Sydney Liverpool
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... our Ibis hotel in Earls Court. At this point the group breaks up and heads in different directions, but not before a final drink or two in the hotel bar. About 12 of us headed for a pub just near our hotel hoping for a steak. After a couple of drinks we went to order, only to find that they had run out of steaks. No happy! The four of us now have a day in London before we join our Trafalgar UK ...
... are lush and green, they obviously get a lot more rain than good old Aus. After a stop along the way we have arrived in Paris. Wall to wall traffic and our tour director believes that the Parisians and the Romans are the worst drivers in Europe. We arrived at our Ibis hotel where all rooms and keys were already waiting for us. The room is small but very nice with a queen bed and free wifi again. Tonight we are off ...
... the city and we walked around for hours. Our first stop was Luna Park, which is a very old fairground area by the Sydney Harbor Bridge. It brought out the little kid in me seeing all the fun little fair rides and children having a blast. Next, we decided to walk across the Harbor Bridge! Being on the bridge gave us a perfect view of the Harbor and the Opera House. After making our way across it began to rain pretty heavy. We went ...
... I’d frowned upon the supermarkets of Dubbo and Port Augusta for their mega-troughs of frozen chips and pizzas, here in Balgowlah I was smirking at the range of macarons and fine cheeses whilst pushing my state of the art shopping trolley with coffee cup holder and being offered a taste test from the in-house sushi bar. Everyone is performance lycra-clad and fabulous, over-scheduled and obesity-free.
So we’ve settled back into the land ...
... Paramatta. The ferry criss crosses the ever narrowing harbour and stops at places such as Cockatoo Island and Kissing point park. It gets narrower and narrower with what looks like mangrove trees each side. Wooden posts mark the channel and when you get to Paramatta the boat has to turn around in front of a weir.
We walked alongside the river which has signs and paintings explaining what happened to the aborigines that lived ...