Park8 Hotel Sydney - by 8Hotels
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Without being too negative about the place, it was still quite beautiful when the sun was out. The botanical gardens were lovely and offered a beautiful view of the Opera House - which was unfortunately undergoing some kind of asbestos removal! We visited a friend of ours who we met at the hostel who stays in a flat across from The Opera House.. The view from her balcony was absolutely ...
... get a picture with Jon, though unsure what happened to Terrys face)
It's the first year in a long time we haven't been home to watch the NBA finals, online highlights have had to do....it was great to see the Spurs beat the Heat in a commanding 4-1 series win to scoop their 5th championship. Terry's missing the basketball banter from back home.
Being out on the rocks near the sea is always refreshing, we love the ...
... for the rest of this trip! See you later! Well. Actually, it's about 12:15 am here in Sydney and I just had about 10 people in my room that woke me up because it's MY BIRTHDAY! Yay! It was such a nice surprise for them to come and do that for me! I love these people! They gave me a nice card, and cupcakes. I was asleep so I obviously didn't want to wake up, but they all came down here and surprised me! Thanks everyone!! Now it's time to sleeeeeep!! ...
... only imagine how colourful their dreams must be now with all the wonderful things they have seen and done in these last 29 days. Sag and I were both commenting today that they have grown this month. Physically they seem taller, but also they both seem a bit more mature for the experiences they have had and the parts of the world they have seen and the challenges they have faced learning to travel and be flexible and try different things and generally be out of their ...
Libby and I flew to Adelaide through a bumpy, stormy Summer sky, on family errands. Me to meet Erica ( a newly discovered cousin) and attend the Bangka Island memorial service, commemorating the nurses who were shot in 1942. Libby to catch up with cousins on her mother's side, who live in ...