Parkridge Corporate Apartments
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... loves ice cream and Dr. Who which could be part of the reason he sports such a valumptuous belly. I think it is an endearing attribute but I am curious what the ladies think of it. While I'm out he watches and talks to the tv. When I return he is there to greet me and ask if I would like a cup of tea. He is such a nice man with a good sense of humor. I rode into Sydney today and I must say that my love for the place has diminished. The honeymoon is over and ...
... walk in a nearby reserve, with Nala (V's dog) of course! By the time we got back to Vasili's house it was close to 4, and time for us to head toward the airport. Vasili dropped us off to our hotel so we could grab our suitcase,and then we caught a train back to the airport. We were due to board at 6, but we couldn't see our flight on the departures board. When we asked someone about this, we were told our flight had been changed to 8pm - not happy Jan!!!! So we had about 2 ...
... had a slight view of the Opera house and a great view of the harbor and botanical gardens. Being in such a central location gave us a chance to easily hop on the public transportation and explore different areas. We spent a day at the famous Bondi beach and did a coast side hike stopping off at many different beaches. Another day we spend exploring Manly beach which we took a ferry to across the harbor, allowing us a great view of ...
So, I said yesterday was my final post, but I needed one more to show in the map that the trip finished in Sydney. Very, very little sleep on the plane...I had restless legs for most of it and swore that one day, I'm going to fork out for business class....which I won't because it's so damn expensive...I just like to think that one day it will be something I can afford to do! Our drive back to Neutral Bay was punctuated with a $64 cab fee, but we ...
Year opened: 1988
Location: Darling Harbour at the Convention Centre side and under the expressway along the Tumbalong Park Children's play area
Materials: Granite mostly
History: Part of the Australian bicentennial celebrations
Best viewed from: Every angle at all times of day and night
Of interest nearby: Pyrmont Bridge, Darling Harbour Shopping Centre, Star Casino ...