Rydges Bankstown

Address: 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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      Griswalds on the move

      A travel blog entry by pilbarahilton on Jan 06, 2015

      1 comment

      ... meant we were in danger of missing our connection in HK .

      Arrived Hk with 50 mins to spare and a sprint from gate 60 to gate 20 for our connection.For those who know Hk ,its a long way between gates.

      We were not sure if the bags were also going make it but after several requests the ground staff they managed to get them across.So finally we arrived in Hanoi late in the evening but relived it all went to plan.


      Inspire 2014 SydNYE

      A travel blog entry by eastallie on Dec 31, 2014

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      ... and a few pictures. As soon as the fireworks were over, we headed out along with everyone else.

      On our walk home, we walk through Martin Place. This is where the gunman held hostages and killed those people before we left. Lindt Chocolate Cafe was roped off and closed. It was a weird feeling to walk by it and know what had happened. I saw on the pavement where the statement We are many and we are strong was painted.

      We ...

      Day 104 - Sydney, Australia

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Dec 15, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Doyle's restaurant overlooking the beach, most expensive fish restaurant in Sydney. We walked up to the gap which overlooks the Pacific Ocean, the waves were mental. After lunch we then drove to Bondi, this is the most famous beach in Sydney and its vastly different to all the others, on Christmas Day you can get between 80,000 and 100,000 people on it, a massive proportion of these are Brits. It's much bigger ...

      The Rocks for Melbourne cup

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 04, 2014

      29 photos

      ... busy out there, so finishing our drinks and going back inside to find ourselves a spot to watch the race. Just minutes before the race started people crammed in from everywhere. Typically a very tall bloke come stood right infront of me blocking my view of the screen. Andy shouted a couple of times "sit down", his mate turned and yes we were looking right at them. They didn't move, resulting in me having to stand on my stool to see over. The roar and ...

      Day 11 - Coming Home!

      A travel blog entry by repickens712 on Aug 29, 2014

      ... coworkers, and to the lounge for Air New Zealand (since Delta didn't gave a lounge at the airport). Air New Zealand's lounge was beautiful, and the people were very friendly. Once it came time to board the plane, I found myself without a window seat (boohoo) but next to a friendly gentleman who shared one of his cleaning wipes with me. About to leave for LA, so now off for a long nice flight to Sweet Home ...