Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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So my first experience of 'goon'...I'm not a an of wine anyway, so I bought some orange and mango Schweppes to add to it which made it bare able! We'd met a girl called Hannah who we invited over to our room to have some pre-drinks. We sat and played games until 11pm and then noticed the queue was long so decided to start queuing. We waited for ages and finally got in...we went to the bar to get a drink, everyone ...
... in the park, but some rather fun birds which came to make friends with us! In true rugby style, a 'historic pub tour' caught our attention for the first evenings antics! Set in The Rocks with gohstly stories of the convicts, and a bit of British history sneaking in with Lord Nelson it actually turned out to be quite educational and a great laugh! Safe to say we slept well last night!! Would recommend the locally brewed by The Rocks 'Hang man pale ...
... city, but to a different parDarling Harbor. Our hotel room is on the 10th floor overlooking the entire harbor. We enjoyed drinks at the rooftop bar of the hotel as we watched the sun set. As I drank my mango bellini, I was scared of the thought that I might slowly be turning into my grandmother - the bellini queen.
We ate dinner at a restaurant in the harbour. ...
... the Sydney heads due to what the captain said was "an unusual swell" not great for terrible sea legs like Joe and I. It was like being on a roller coaster, very entertaining as well as a tad nerve wracking but well worth it. As we came to the half way point, Sydney bridge was illuminated as was the Opera House and the city landscape was glistening beautifully. Needless to say we were both blown away by it! The boat brings ...
On Wednesday, after our routine morning coffee at The Mews and purchase of our evening meal at The Fourth Village, we caught the bus into Circular Quay to catch the ferry to Cockatoo Island. Here we booked on to a 2 hour audio tour of the buildings around the island, getting more beautiful views of the harbour from yet another angle.
The history of the island is interesting and the tour very informative. In 1839 Governor Gibbs decided to use ...