Nautica Holiday Apartments Manly
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... ups of the bridge. There was some also a bit of a museum so we got to learn a few facts as well. Thomas fascinated that 16 people had died when building the bridge.
After coming out to look at the pylon we decided to go to The Harbourview pub for some lunch and refreshments. Thomas was given a "corona" cap and found some bluetack which he was fascinated in and brought with him squishing away.
So the rain was coming in ...
... pizza at a really nice Italian near the office, and got her a lovely new journal for the rest of her travels. After work we went for drinks in Chatswood with some of Abby's colleagues as a final hoorah. A great way to end what we feel has been a long 4 months of working, but we couldnt do the rest of our trip otherwise and it has been great to meet so many people! Not too late a night for us since we are picking up the campervan tomorrow to do a weeks round trip to ...
... of Sydney. We were not able to find any
parking (and we now have a 9 seater van). I frantically called the
owner to ask where to park our van but could not reach her. I texted and
emailed, but to no avail. We found a paid 2-hour parking spot nearby and
unloaded our bags. We settled into our 10 day stay at the apartment
that sleeps 6. The bedrooms were fine. But quickly found other things
were missing. We only had 2 bistro chairs and a tiny ...
... ride through the bay, which gave awesome views of the city skyline. Today the weather is perfect and what you expect to see when in Australia. We got off the ferry and went straight to the information center to get a map and talk to some locals about the area. One girl recommended Shelly beach, which we also ended up checking out.
We went straight to Manly Beach first, which was just through a shopping area filled with surf shops, bars, ...
... climb to the peak, but it would of set us back over £150 each. Our second trip into the city started from Manly, on the east coast of Sydney, we were dropped off 2km outside and walked along the coast to the beach. We grabbed a bite to eat at a nice bar overlooking the harbour and hopped on boat transfer to the city centre, passing by the opera house and harbour bridge. We finished with a cheeky drink at the opera bar around sunset, ...
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