Palais Royale Blue Mountains
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... running back to share the gobsmacking views. The three of us agreed the glass bottomed cable car that's been slung between the railway Echo point by Scenic World tries to ruin the spectacle. With a little reconnaissance done we were looking forward to a full days trek in the morning. Julia managed a Skype home to Washington and found that her packages from India had arrived safely. Her Mom found that of the twenty or so silk scarfs she'd sent home for Christmas presents, not many ...
... had had "ticketed" opening for High Tea.
I was surprised to see that there would be a surcharge for use of Credit Cards - 3% if you wanted to use your AMEX !
Finally, as someone said to me based on my photos I took, they could do better with the presentation. Until that point I hadn't thought much about the presentation but he was right.
Out in the reception area, we chatted to a young ...
... so after much deliberation I opted for a good old fashioned bar of Dairy Milk.
Gosh it tasted so good, now I know Cadbury's has gone downhill a bit since Kraft brought it out, but still the chocolate made in the UK is far superior to that produced under the Cadbury banner here.
Ok moving on, got slightly carried away there.... Leura also had a great bookshop, a wonderful stationers, little galleries, a fancy chocolate shop, and unfortunately a really ...
... we were up early we had breakfast all together. Heather and I left to catch our shuttle from the hotel across the street. We took the shuttle to meet the bus that would take us on our tour.
Heather and I debated long and hard about whether to attempt the Blue Mountains ourselves or to take a tour. Most backpackers suggested we go ourselves while most hostels suggested we do a tour. Heather and I worked out the cost would be almost the same since we also wanted to ...
... got to go on a sky rail over the mountains with a glass top floor for scenic viewing. We also rode the famous scenic railway! It is the steepest railway in the world and is more like a mini roller coaster rather than a scenic route. It goes pretty fast and is at such an adrenaline pumping angle. Later on we had lunch at a cafe in the mountains. Although the food was pricey we were able to have a beautiful view while eating.After ...