Mercure Sydney Potts Point
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Sydney Potts Point
It was really affordable and had an amazing view of the city. Was a bit far (45min walk to the Harbour Bridge/Opera House) but a great place to stay.
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It's the last day of our holiday today and after all that riding we decide on a relaxed day... No cycling, just a walk into Sydney and wander around.
We head down to Circular Quay and decide on a tour of the Opera House.
The tour is really interesting and we have the chance to see inside the main theatre where they have a …
... had been staying in Cardwell (small world really!) which was nice too. I went to the theatre with one of them to see The Lion King which was absolutely incredible, definitely worth the $50! Absolutely brilliant.
After waving goodbye to her as she headed off for her 24 hour flight back to Ireland, we eventually left the city and left for Fiji in the hope of sunnier days and slightly less covered up women!
... and spending time with him brightens my weeks. I stay for 2 hours after my shift ends drinking wine and eating nibbles with Helen, Edwards mum, which was a lovely way to say goodbye.
Our last weekend in Sydney is spent with Victor and Marlene, relaxing in Oakhurst.....great company and great food as always!!....In another month we'll be back here with mum and dad on our east coast road trip.....more good times ahead!
... do the Bridgewalk. It's at about three and half hours to do. It started with some training on how to use the equipment then we got geared up and then we started to walk the bridge. I guys name is Adrian and he was very nice helpful and sensitive to the idea that we would be nervous. The views were amazing and the picture that I have here's an actual picture of us at the top of the ...
... didn't know how far away the trail would stop.
The walk was totally different from the Eastern coastal walk, as on the Eastern walk you could along the coastline on the edge of the cliffs, and see the view, whereas on this one you could see the coastline but it was like we was in the jungle. There was trees and bushes all around us and a tiny path to follow, it was more of a hike than a walk. We was so glad to get out of ...