Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
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After 6 months of planning, today is the day we embark on our Asia holiday. First stop Beacon Hill to have Boxing Day lunch with the Tumbers side of the family. Had a great time with our gorgeous nieces & so happy Chloe didn't cry this time when I held her. Lots of fun also with Stella's **** goo. Next stop Novotel Brighton beach to stay the …
... Qantas to buy dinner of BBQ Wings and a Caesar Salad plus drinks. On the flight 5 mins early for the 2.5 hr approx flight to Calgary, just drinks (pay extra for food) arriving at Calgary around 8:35pm. Then a very long wait to get through immigration, wait for bags then across the road to Hertz. Nice to get upgraded to a RAV4 which made the driving very smooth indeed. Finally arrived at Banff around 11:30pm unpack and off to bed by ...
... that we had never heard of the artists (perhaps Australian fan favourites) but it was generally a good level! There were plenty of opportunities to win extra goodies and beers as well with underwear throwing competitions, heads and tails and a songwriting contest. That week was wonderwall which was destined to be rewritten - how appropriate! We had our lyrics ready for Vicky to step up and perform but the backing music broke and unfortunately we didn't get ...
... of Australians for partying.
We then headed back to the main city and switched lines (the Sydney Explorer has two, intertwining lines covering the city and Bondi Bay). We got off at the Central Railway station, an old Victorian building, but with not much to see inside. We headed for Chinatown, but got sidetracked by Market City and another chance to shop. Oh, joy! Market City is a shopping mall, like any in the U.S., except they ...
... We stayed at our friend Alex's and thanks to Emz's great internet skills we already had a few viewing of cars set for the next day. As it turned out we needn't have booked more than one as the first car we saw ended up being the one we wanted. A few days later and we had our own car! Dusty we called her.
All we needed now were some travel mates to share petrol with and a few minor yet important repairs to the car and we were on our way!