Rydges Bankstown

Cnr Hume Highway & Strickland Street, Bankstown, New South Wales, 2197, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cnr Hume Highway & Strickland Street, Bankstown, is near Sydney Tower + OzTrek, Eling Forest Vineyard and Winery, Red Baron Scenic Flights, and Sydney Miniatures and Dolls House Fair.
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    Travel Blogs from Bankstown

    Avoca Beach

    A travel blog entry by vsb777 on Jul 15, 2014

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    Went up Sydney Tower Eye and did the Skywalk! Great way to understand how world's biggest harbour fits together - cheaper than a helicopter flight Had to lie about how old Tahlia was - worrying how convincing she was when asked how old she was Took the train to Avoca Beach and met relatives - neighbours/home and away - yes exactly like that Saw kookaburra and ...

    Tourists for a day - well half a day

    A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... Coles to pick up some lunch and then we sat at the park on the Manly inner beach to eat while we got blown away by the wind.

    After lunch we caught the next ferry back and this time braved the strong coolish wind on the open bow with the boys, although Harrison got cold bones a few minutes after the start, so he went inside to join Mum who had cold bones just by looking outside so she stayed inside from the start. We ...

    Bordeaux

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jun 13, 2014

    A trip of about 500kms today but not hard to take as it was a fairly busy schedule in Paris. We stopped at a town called Tours for lunch. A very quaint little town with a very old town centre where just about every shop was a cafe. We managed to conquer the language barrier and ordered lunch. Then back on the coach and onto Bordeaux. The temperature is rising as we head south, ...

    My last day in Sydney

    A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... will be a bit more comfortable now! Sydney is a cool city. I still prefer London but I think that's just familiarity. I think there are lots of similarities with the two cities. Lots of hustle and bustle, a wide variety of buildings and cultures and buses that move incredibly slowly in rush hour. Having spent these few days here I feel very privileged to have had a chance to visit here but it has just reinforced that I am a country lass at ...

    Home

    A travel blog entry by uncle_davros on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... It was pretty good walking around, more of a proper gallery unlike the Victorian one, or maybe I am biased as it is my home gallery !!!

    At the finish, we walked through the Botanical Gardens and down along the Harbour, the views over the water to the Opera House and Bridge are amazing !!! Obviously, it was beer time, and I found out that another guy I went to school with was in town, and just like Melbourne, I had not seen Peter in ...