Mercure Sydney Parramatta

106 Hassall Street, Rosehill, New South Wales, 2142, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 106 Hassall Street, Rosehill, is near Sydney Helicopters, Riverside Theatre, Parramatta Heritage Centre, and Garter Lane Arts Centre.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Sydney Parramatta Rosehill

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    Travel Blogs from Rosehill

    Cor(e) Blimey

    A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on May 12, 2014

    Monday We both had work today, Rania had an easy day on gym and I had an easy day teaching kindy kids hockey. They actually picked it up quicker than my year 7s. No joke. It was a super pack up so we were both home early with no rain again! I dropped in to see the Japanese woman to get my haircut and then we went to the Gym to do Corporal Kate's (AKA Ze Gaffer from The Luftwaffe) abs workout. ...

    ENTRY5: "Chew-Chew", I love Sydney!

    A travel blog entry by livethadream19 on Apr 20, 2014

    11 photos

    ... in the train, was feeling so good to be home.

    Easter weekend does not mean that you will do nothing all weekend. That means, you hit the road again to Dunedoo (sleepy town: is the way I call it, because there is nothing to do there), to that other family reunion: big table, amazing food A G A I N, and my sweet little family. This morning was the Easter brunch, and we just chat with people all afternoon, play some games, have fun and take the ...

    Australia - Sydney

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Apr 02, 2014

    64 photos

    ... on the first Thursday of every month at 13.00 so we were on the right place at the right time!

    We hopped off the ferry at Circular Quay, the same station where we took it. Just to grab a taxi and go straight to the Parliament.

    The Parliament tour was run by a really good guide that made it quite entertaining. The first stop was in the Lower House where you have all seats in green. Since Sydney is not the capital city of Australia (itīs Canberra) they use the Lower ...

    Surfs up!

    A travel blog entry by hollytripp on Mar 15, 2014

    ... you need so much energy to even get out to the waves, let alone even getting up on the board! In the first lesson we had a big safety talk and were taught on sand how to pop up, find rips and recognise the good waves. Then we hit the water! They'd told us that the waves were getting big because there was a cyclone on it's way down out in the water but it made the waves huge! They were a minimum of about 4ft and went up to 6ft. The rip currents were so ...


    A travel blog entry by seb.usafiri on Feb 24, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... tropical and local fish, and they even had some turtles (I think green), huge stingrays, and some big nurse sharks. After walking around, we got to see the smaller fish fed and then went up to see the penguins. We then went to the beach for a swim before heading back, which was relaxing and refreshing. The ferry back was seemingly quicker as I snapchatted Tom edited veraions of people around me and took more photos. After that it was supper ...