Novotel Sydney Central
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... find a bargain! There are stalls selling vintage clothing, handbags and lots and lots of jewellery – amongst other things. It seemed rude to not purchase a ring to add to my collection – a lasting memento of my time in Sydney. My chosen item is quite unusual and the lady selling it was lovely and said it suited my look. No hint of a sales pitch there...
After spending more than we intended, we left the market behind for an amble ...
... a town that's now called Freshwater because they sell more real estate, more expensively that way. On Sunday we did our best to acclimatise ourselves to our new way of life, ticking off the days until our inevitable departure home and lying on the sand. The holiday crowds are starting to disperse and we moved between Curl Curls worryingly strong rip tides and the only cafe on the shore, Gusto. The lifeguards here are many, the flags close and there's a shark ...
... gaining valuable experience every day. (Hemorrhaging money too, but we'll call it an investment, yea?) **** happens, things fall through, that's life. Anger and frustration are overrated and unproductive. Taking things in stride and finding new solutions - that's the fun part. Next time, I'll rant about simplicity and genuineness. Theres entirely too much insincerity around! Or maybe I won't, and I'll just leave it at this. Or maybe my next blog will be about baseball. Easily at the ...
... to stock up our empty cupboards. With kids to entertain along the way, who where overjoyed at seeing us. Pia insisted I sit In the back with her and jasper, so clambering in and squeezing in between the car seats for the short car journey to Westfield Centre. Coles was the biggest we had visited yet, so had a proper good mooch about for our weekly groceries and goodies. Poppy stocking up with fruit & veg for the kids meals she prepares. Shopping trolley full and some ...
... Danielle recommended. It is a nice small hotel, which is very well located. As our rooms were not ready yet we went for a walk around the Sydney harbor, through the Opera House and the Royal Botanical Gardens, up Pitt Street and back down George Street back to the hotel. We got our rooms and then went out for lunch down the road where there are many restaurants. I went back to our room as I thought that I might have forgotten something on the ship and was ...