Novotel Sydney Olympic Park
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... the stinging sensation of being pelted by thousands of little granules of sand to wake you up. Not exactly a relaxing day at the beach. We did decide to soldier on and do part of the coastal walk to admire the gorgeous cliff views over the sea. We made it as far as Bronte Beach before the wind and semi-ominous looking sky sent us back inland to Sydney.
The previous night Brenda had mapped out the location of ...
... off the harbor. We had to wait to get our room so we walked across the street to the food mall and scored a great blt with avocado and were in heaven! We walked down the Harbor and saw the Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. It is so beautiful to see and it is striking me that we are in Australia. Seems crazy to say but these structures are iconic. We have fallen in love with the water. We came back to ...
... city-theme-park-hotel cruise liner parked at Circular Quay look cheap. Back at the hostel we sat ourselves next to Rebecca (Toronto), she declared that she's aware of her Canadian monotones but we really liked her, even if she did say 'Dang' a lot - not really a word. Jamie (Kent), small guy - big personality, and Wendy (Holland) travelling out her ex boyfriend. Callum (Bolton), ginger ninja (ranga, to the Australians) arrived and any chance Jamie had with Rebecca walked ...
... shopping. They Sydney Opera House is breathtaking, and you seriously can't get enough photos! We also did some shopping. Sydney is expensive! The line exception being UGGS. It's actually hilarious to see the hundreds of UGG shops in this city. But here's the deal: the locals don't buy them. Apparently it doesn't get that cold down here. They're made mainly for export, and as a huge tourist attraction! I resisted the urge ...
... 8230;."on the road to Gundagai” (I know I said no singing) I remember the gorgeous photo I have as my facebook home page of the 3 kids sitting at the fountain taken about 9 years ago. I come up with the idea they could do the same pose today! YAY both of us say (not such enthusiasm form my friends in the back seat but they’ll get over it!) Arriving at said fountain I show my models the exact pose to strike and after Emma changes her black ...