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We caught the ferry from Watsons Bay over to Manly where we headed straight to the beach, Ian finally dipped his toe in the sea, overcoming his fear of sharks, jellyfish and crocodiles. It felt like a proper surfers town. Upon returning we got ready for our rooftop new years party in sydney which had full view of all 6 firework displays. The bath had been converted into a free for all bar. The party was full of brits and ...
... is (11) enjoying sparking Darling Harbour. On various occasions whether that’s to meet my Aussie pals, or even my old British Uni pals Helenka and Eden - who were here last weekend passing through before either going to Melbourne (Helenka) or spending Christmas with her family in New Zealand (Eden), and my new British/European pals, I’ve gone drinking at Darling Harbour. It’s a huge area with bars, restaurants, clubs, casinos, hotels ect. ...
... out here.
I got back to the beach about an hour later and was happy to be wearing my pants that dry quickly.
Now I was pretty hungry so I checked Trip Advisor for some cheap Indian ( I had a strong craving for Indian food for some reason). I found a place called "Maya Masala" with great reviews which was in Surry Hills ( a trendy neighbourhood that needed to be checked out anyway).
The bus brought me nearly there and after I little more walking through the area I built ...
... as the Romans do! So I had French toast. It's holiday carbs, and they don't count. Then we headed in, and now the adaptor comes back to haunt me - after queuing in the wrong place for a few minutes, we finally find the right place - now the paperwork starts all over again. I don't think buying a house, or signing into being UN Conventions takes this much paper! And it was all for a lousy $7 adaptor. I ended up with the adaptor, the packet it comes in, ...
... to be done. A quick massage before changing to meet Poppy for dinner & back down to the Marina to check our the RSL restaurant, where Pop had not yet been. Strolling on a summers evening was lovely with the cool breeze rolling in from the sea. Checking out the RSL before we met poppy to see if it was worth a visit & the menu did look pricey but good. Continuing on to meet poppy, but didn't have to go far as she was already at the park. Signing in at ...
Other places to stay in Sydney
City Center, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $203
- 5-Star all the way
- Nice Hotel
- A wonderful weekend at the Swissotel
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $185
- Cool place, great people
- Fantastic location, Great value
- Very comfortable and convenient stay
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $231
- A good hotel
- Not good enough!
- Perfect Hotel for Sydney
City Center, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $213
- FANTASTIC HOTEL
- Service was very poor
- Up to Expectations
City Center, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $232
- Wonderful 5 Star experience
- In my top five hotels
- Best in Sydney, with a view!
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $103
- Excellent base
- Perfect Location
- Excellent Location
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $161
Darlinghurst, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $178
- Very nice hotel. hard to understand all the critics of this hotel
- Mixed Emotions
- Simply okay nothing major
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $165
- Best of Sydney
- Very disappointing
- Very good
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $225
- This place is going downhill, rapidly
- We Love the Radisson Plaza Sydney!
- 'Top Find in a city full of hotels!'
Surry Hills, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $103
- Nicely Renovated but Poor Service
- McDonald's of Hotels
- Convenient Location
City Center, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $231
- One of the top hotels in Sydney
- The elevator problem
- Loved the Harbour Marriott
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $208
- Good, but not great
- Not what you expect from Four Seasons
- Honeymoon Disappointment
Pyrmont, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $190
- Star City was perfect!
- Nice...as long as you do not have a disability!
- The best place to satay!!
City Center, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $140
- Excellent location
- Pretty Good
- Great Stay!
Sydney City Center, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $242
- One of the finest..
- Amazing Views
- Loved the Shangri-la
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $140
- Should be a good conteder for "The worst hotel in Sydney"
- Noisy, small and 2 star
- Nothing good to say except for the location
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $147
- Great service and with a smile!
- Great Sydney City Hotel
- Hotel Great
City Center, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $173
- Elegance and service
- Go to the Grace
- Excellent service!
Pyrmont, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $181
- Nice ambience and rooms, but service is not exactly good
- Two thumbs DOWN!
- Brilliant hotel and lovely staff
City Center, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $150
- Nice - not 5-star
- A huge letdown
- Sydney's best kept secret hotel!
Woolloomooloo/Kings Cross, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $135
- Great Holiday Inn
- Value for money hotel
- A sydney favorite
Woolloomooloo/Kings Cross, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $124
Darlinghurst, Sydney | 4 star hotelfrom $146
- Nothing special
- Lousy Overall, unfriendly & unhelpful staff
- Great hotel
City Center, Sydney | 5 star hotelfrom $198
- Fantastic hotel!
- Sheer luxury
- Totally Stumbled Upon This One
City Center, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $159
- Great location, helpful staff
- Burglarized at Sheraton