North Sydney Harbourview Hotel
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Vi lander i Sydney tidligt om morgenen. 17 grader og høj sol. Nupper en taxa til hotellet og indlogerer os. Hotellet er et pænt firestjernet hotel, selvom vi ikke helt ved hvor den sidste stjerne kommer fra, da der hverken er pool, motionsrum, eller andet. Vi mangler en del søvn så Julia og ungerne dratter op på sengen en …
The last couple of days have been wet; but we made it out this morning for a nice breakfast. We had a bit of a downer yesterday; decided to change hotels, so spent the entire day trying to find available and affordable accommodation in the city- we have now moved up to Darling Harbour... ...
... apparently,and more by luck then judgement, we managed to be in the right place at the right time for a stunning fireworks display. Got a few pics but nothing that could do the near twenty minute display justice. So all in all a good day all round. Off to one of sydneys outdoor pools tomorrow to try and have a relaxing day.
Ps sorry about all the pics aimee thinks I've turned into a Chinese tourist haha.
... for dinner. I knew he'd had his eye on a Japanese noodle place and that's where we ended up. He had a noodle soup and we shared some Gyoza (pork dumplings). As we were walking back to hotel we saw a long line of young adult waiting to get into a concert venue. We laughed...it wasn't that long ago we went out late at night. Now we just want to eat early and get back to our hotel so we can rest! Haha!! We have one more full day in Sydney and then we will be traveling back to the U.S. and ...
... from our guides for our whale spotting. The whales migrate north from June to October each year to breed in the warmer waters. As the whales could be at any point in the sea at any time, the easiest way to spot them is when they surface to breathe - usually giving a telltale puff. After a short while, I spotted something out in the distance. The crew realised we'd spotted something so headed over - and sure enough we found a whale! Soon after we realised we'd ...