Rydges Cronulla

Address: 20-26 The Kingsway, Cronulla, New South Wales, 2230, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 20-26 The Kingsway, Cronulla, is near Cronulla Beach Walk, South Cronulla Beach, Pebbly Beach, and Botany Bay.
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      Up Up and Away!!!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by zaraology on Aug 16, 2015

      1 comment

      ... 30pm. it took us 20mins to check in and go through customs. I thought it was a once in a life time experience, from Sydney.

      Once we got to the gates there was some shops so we looked in there. My Dad bought me and Oliver some Bose ear phones, thank you dad :) Then we walked around bit to try find the Qantas Club Lounge. We finally got there and ...

      Sydney's First and Last line of defence

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jul 05, 2015

      31 photos

      ... placed strategically hidden among the sides of the bay, offering a perfect vantage point, from which to target ships beyond the harbour as well as closing in on those entering the harbor, from all sides.

      After an hour more, I reach the northern fortifications in Middle head as well, located at the end of Old Fort Road. Sandstone gun pits, tiger cages and under ground tunnels take us to the terrifying days of the world wars.

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      Heading South

      A travel blog entry by pmacklin on May 23, 2015

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      ... I thought it would be. And it had the desired effect. I like buildings and special architecture, but this was special, this was the moment that even Becky suddenly realised "I'm in Australia, and that's a big deal." Australia hasn't got a lot in terms of big iconic sights (it obviously has big sights such as the reef, but these aren't powerful icons (in my opinion)) so it really was going to be the Opera House or Uluru that gave us that sense of ...

      Part 4: The Wonderful Country of Oz

      A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Apr 19, 2015

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      ... ended with a beautiful ferry ride. Squish, Fed, and Skutes created an opera of their own to the movie, 'Finding Nemo.' It was magical to say the least.

      To end this one, we have yet another story for you. This one takes place in a restaurant. Everyone had already ordered their food, and Fed was yet to place hers as she had a couple questions for the waiter. These included, "What is your soup special for the day?" "What ingredients are in the soup?" "Would ...

      There Sure Are a Lot of Blonde Women Over Here

      A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Apr 01, 2015

      14 photos

      ... famous being the one who thunk up the structure we see and recognize while the second guy laid out the interior after the first guy got mad at the way the government was treating him and quit. All in all my only regret is that I didn’t book this trip soon enough to get tickets to a show worth seeing. Oh well, I guess I got a reason to come back to Australia.

      After being blown away by the opera house, we decided to head out to ...