MGSM Executive Hotel and Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Sydney
... can you hurry up (obviously he clocked me going out). He swiped all my clothes and bags and was like yeah you're fine. So I ran through duty free to near my gate where I realised I've left my bottle of drink at the security desk. So I run all the way back, get the bottle and run to my gate (the running club finally paid off) Anyways, I get to the gate and they haven't start to board!!! I've just been called for boarding now so ciao bellas ...
So our Sydney flight left LA about an hour late. The flight crew got stuck in LA car traffic and they had the plane way out on the Tarmac so we had to bus over to board. They flight wasn't full so I had a bit more room. I lucked out with no one right next to me and an aisle seat. We arrived Sydney only 25 minutes late. My next adventure began with my transfer to Hobart. On my itinerary ...
... the assurance of more free Nike stash when we got home) we chucked a load of things out of our bags and we are coming close to being allowed on the plane. As long as they allow us a bag full of confectionary. To celebrate we went to Cotton On to buy more sports gear. We were almost (standard) late for the dinner cruise around the harbour to look at the Vivid lights projections which was a birthday present from Rania. The cruise was fun if ...
... which was just down the street. Centennial Park is a very large park in a residential setting. It was crowded with people cycling, running, walking, and horse back riding. There are designated bike trails throughout the park. There are well manicured flower gardens even though this is Fall. Centennial Park is a popular attraction in Sydney.
After completing our ride we headed back to the Central Business District to have ...
... as Laura's been watching the Voice Australia so she was happy. A TV just gives you something to do in the evening really without just going to bed, if we've spent all day out. It also had a great location, which made up for the general lack of up-keep to the hostel, specifically walls. Not to be confused about dirtiness though as it was run by Chinese, the place was always clean. We spent all day most days out in the city, as there was a lot to ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking