Mercure Sydney Parramatta
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... yanked me into the ultra-posh place with her. It was crammed full of people, about 80% of whom were neighbors all dishing about the property and what they thought it might sell for. Minimum asking price: $2.4 million. Today I heard that the developer is hoping to get $2.8M at the auction in a couple of weeks (how properties are sold here). And this isn't even a 'good' neighborhood by Sydney standards.
- And on that topic, no one who lives in ...
... there, with these randoms and especially being stuck with Ella. It doesn't mean I won't go eventually, I may only want to stay at Manly for a short time and then go over there and I can meet them there because the guy was saying he could sort me work connections out which would be great. So that has been my last couple of crazy whirlwind days, I'm starting to feel a bit more calm and myself now that I left that shithole and I'm here by myself by the sea again. I'll keep you ...
... like most of Sydney all fenced off with wire barriers. After waiting for the bus it sailed straight by, we carried on up the hill, where the main entrance to the zoo was and realized this was the actual bus stop. Took a bus to Balmoral, on the previous Sunday it was really quite, today it had been transformed. People everwhere, plus queues for everything. We decided not to stop. Waited ages for a free bus to Mosmans. We then gave up and got the ...
... on the city.
The day started quite cloudy but luckily, as we reached the top, the sky cleared and our group got some great pictures before we descended back to the earth after a few stories of of the bridge was built, how it is maintained and about those who worked on it.
We picked up our pictures walked through circular quay, got the 555 back to the flat were we sat down and did not move for the rest of the evening after an unforgettable Christmas Eve.
... not even noticed it after all the times she has walked past them. Andy wanted to hit the surf, but us girls didn't have our swimmers on so left him to go play with himself, whilst we took it easy in the park. Jasper went to sleep in the heat, Pia done all the hard work running around, making new friends with a little Poppy in the park whilst we observed. Andy dripped back after a disappointing soft surf, saddened by no dumping today. He got restless and ...