Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
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Since we were due to arrive in Sydney from Honolulu late in the afternoon, we decided to spend the night in a hotel before driving our rental car back to Canberra the next morning.
We stayed at the Novotel Brighton Le Sands, which is only about a 5 minute drive from the airport. This was a nice property, and we had a suite with a separate …
... the furniture inside and then bring it all outside the next day.
We spent some time checking out the Star Hotel and Casino. It was huge inside and rather empty. I'm not sure if it's because of the time of day or what the reason is because at home they are always crowded. Similar to Melbourne it was decorated with a lot of mirrors and glass.
The sights we saw today covered a lot ...
Written last night... I start the day realising that my life is to be shortened by one hour at noon. There will be no 12 o'clock today - it has been judged as moribund in our quest for the Isle of Pines, and ultimately, Hawaii. Look, I have endured baldness, psoriasis, tinea, Volvos and country music, but to be robbed of an hour takes the cake. In fact, with 12 o'clock having been removed from my universe, there won't be lunch ...
... 84 people down 545mts into the Jamison valley. Unfortunately when we made this decent we were still shrouded in cloud. However once in the tropical rainforest valley, it was just damp. There was a walkway which allowed you to walk through the forest and pass through some of the areas that where, up until the late1930's open coal mining took place.The mines were opened in the 1800's by specialist miners from Wales. To go back up the mountain we took what is deemed to ...
The week ahead is filled with more time in the City, as well as the beach. So far I’ve read 7 books - it's been nice to truly relax! This weekend were headed to the outdoor opera on Sydney Harbour – Madame Butterfly. The setting looks incredible. http://opera.org.au/whatson/events/oper aonsydneyharbour