Novotel Sydney Central
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Last stroll in Flagstaff Gardens which originally was the highest point in Melbourne and where the arrival and departure of ships was signalled with flags. Then a short flight of just over an hour to Sydney. Our hotel is not far from Darling Harbour. More tomorrow when we tour the ...
... is now in approximately 1840. The property was then abandoned during the 1850s while the brothers tried their luck on the goldfields. When they returned they found their land had been taken by another settler and had difficulties re-establishing their prior claim.
Meanwhile, in 1836, Texas USA was at war with Mexico, fighting for their independence. The McDougalls saw their dispute as similar, so ...
... rocks (a fun area with a lot of restaurants, shops, and history). And walking distance to the famous Sydney bridge and opera house. And of course, the Darling Harbour was a block away. I'm so thankful we were able to stay there. Out hosts were very kind and loads of fun! Unfortunately we were there during the week, so all three of the roommates were working most of the time. Such a fun combination of people. One Australian, one Italian, and one British. We drank ...
Well today was a blast! we started the day off with a yummy breakfast at iHop and i got my favorite breakfast which is the strawberry shortcake pancakes. my dad got himself an omelet, sausage, and two plain pancakes with syrup. we finished our pancakes and started conversing about how fun it would be to ride on bicycles around the city today and enjoy another day of the beautiful weather. we talked for a while and eventually agreed on ...
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that night we guess the dolphins who are apparently so often there
just didn't fancy meeting us; maybe in the morning then? Nope. They
must have wanted a lie in, as an early morning walk up a river, with
tones of bats squeeking above us, and then back to the port led us to
still see no dolphins, maybe next time!
Off we drive again, up to Byron
Bay, where promises of dolphins had been made. We made a half way
stop at Coffs Harbour which was ...