Metro Apartments On Darling Harbour
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... all appear to be that here. We got ok and for novelty sake we had to sit upstairs. It was about 20 minutes in to the city. Once in the city we decided one of the open top bus tours was probably our best option because public transport seems so expensive here in comparison to Melbourne. We got a backpacker discount on the bus and could get on and off when we wanted to along the route. We got on by the town hall and enjoyed the tour. Got off at a few stops along the way and back ...
... popular with families as it is a safe place for children to have a splash about in the sea. Fancy a burger? There are barbecues for visitors to rent and cook their own food on. Upon reaching Coogee, we stopped for a bite to eat at a street side café and then jumped on one of the many buses back to Bondi.
Our final coastal walk began with a bus ride from Bondi to a stop just before Watsons Bay. As with everywhere else in Sydney, there ...
... there! She was suggesting so many things we could do one was a power boat ride in the waves in the harbour which made me laugh as Sinisa is just like a cat there is no way you are getting him into anything that is going to splash him with water! Poor Ode tta is getting exasperated with us as we are shutting down a! ll her o ptions but truthfully we do not want anything from them we are sooooooo happy to be here with them that is the best git for us! We made it ...
... fee and what a view as you revolve around the city eating lunch!! Dips and snacks in the room while the next cruise liner makes it exit.
It was hop on hop off bus today and what a long day it was!! Got a bundle deal with bus, ferry and zoo tickets!! We got on the first bus at 10am and alighted at the Star Casino at midday had a coffee and a little detour to the Avis office meant going though the casino where a lot of gambling going on!! We did not linger just ...
... houses (in the ballpark of AUD40-90M) owned by really rich people.
We finished our tour of the largest natural harbor in the world (with 160 miles of shoreline) by opening the sails and enjoying some cheesecake on waffle crackers and grapes.
We ended our day with dinner at Four in Hand in Paddington. We had read online that the attire was business casual, but as we pulled up, it looked more like a corner pub with people dressed in shorts and t-shirts. We all doubted ...