Meriton Serviced Apartments Danks Street, Waterloo
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The city bus took us to Circular Quay where we did a self-guided tour of "The Rocks" , the district in which the first Europeans including gangsters, sailors, and prostitutes, settled in the early 1800s. I was told that they co-existed with Aboriginal people, some of whom still live in the area but we didn't see any. Excavations indicated that they …
We bought bacon at a nearby store for our breakfasts in the apartment after agreeing how many slices (or rashes) to get. But Australian bacon means business and I didn't realize how much I was getting. Each rash contains the bacon we are used to, the back bacon (or what some call Canadian bacon) attached, and the rind. It is also extra thick. One …
We have officially landed in Sydney. The flight was actually not that bad... I slept through most of it! Will give all updates when we arrive at our apartments. Feels great to be here the air is crisp and I'm ready to get to know this new world.
We were greeted in Sydney by a downpour of biblical proportions. The pilot of our plane must have approached the landing strip as if it were a waterfall. He was trained well I thought to myself the very second we were wheels down. A couple of days prior to leaving Melbourne, Amy had arranged for us to stay in a room on Palmers Street, in Sydney. …
... beach. We left early to make the most of it. We walked from Bondi to Bronte beach as well which is a really lovely walk with great views of the sea and rocks. Just before we caught out bus we headed down to the harbour as it was the first night of 'Vivid Sydney'. This was a huge light display on numerous buildings including the Opera House. Were now on another 12 hour bus to Byron bay where we'll be spending 3 ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility