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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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We'd seen that the hostel were putting on a city walk after free pancakes in the morning, so we got up around 10 in order to go down to the kitchen for pancakes. Turns out we were the only ones there, with a lot of pancakes to eat (I wasn't complaining). So we chatted to a girl who told us she worked at Spot X, one of the places we'd looked at the evening before for a trip. After talking to her, we were 100% convinced that we wanted to go, so she said she'd come with ...
... if beach is not your thing. Cockatoo is an ex shipping yard but is a very cool island where boutique music festivals and the like are held, you can camp/glamp there and get food/drinks there too. Watsons bay is another good ferry option for lunch an beer.
Afternoon at the zoo
If you won’t be back or elsewhere in Australia you need get a ferry to go see the Australian animals ...
... breaks, while the elderly just stroll in the beach or take breaks on scenic points during the trek like Clontarf Point and Grotto Point.
The views of the harbour are particularly sensational from Dobroyd Head, about halfway along the walk, which offers a view of almost the entire harbour as well as a peek at the pacific ocean beyond.
The path offers a watery picturesque companion on the right, various parks of perfect green on the left and a lush national ...
... card so that exactly what we did. An opal card (Sydney's answer to an Oyster Card) meant we saved about $7 each but they're best used on a Sunday as all travel is capped at $2.50! We didn't have long to wait for the boat and grabbed some seats outside so we could enjoy watching Sydney go by on the way. I have been in love with manly since I first stepped foot there at the age of 14 and I can't even explain why, so safe to say I couldn't wait to go back. As we pulled into ...
... Dig which is in part the site of a Youth Hostel. The Big Dig is an archeological excavation of a portion of the area known as the Rocks that has uncovered a community demolished in about 1904 as concerns were expressed about its squalid condition. We then found the oldest pub in Sydney or so they claim for another pint; unfortunately they charge new world prices and then it was the one walk back to the apartment for ...