Sovereign Inn Wollongong
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... go missing from Disneyland too – it’s not safe Jock. And everyone talks about have a good puke after the tea cup ride. Oh and Magic Mountain, and don’t get me started on Donald duck, whom
Jock can mimic, and then there’s the classic symbol of Americana - Mickey Mouse. Jock’s Donald Duck voice may come in handy, but Disneyland wouldn’t be on the list for either of us. No Grand Canyon. No trip to Las Vegas. ‘No trip ...
... This one is going to rate well in our comments sheet at the end of the tour. That night we were off to a Swiss restaurant for a fondue dinner and entertainment. The show was pretty hammy but the food was ok. We were allowed 2 drinks each for the whole night. One of our group wanted one extra and was asked to pay 14 euro for a glass of white wine, pretty rude! Anyway not a bad night and back to the hotel to bed since there is no communal lounge area to get ...
... could provide protection between the bike and a 1mm vinyl bag. I dug into my emergency store retrieving the roll of fluorescent "FRAGILE" packing tape. I'm very skeptical when it comes to marking things 'Fragile' having been the recipient of many a damaged 'fragile' shipment. Resigned to our fate, Lisa and I dispatched one boxed half of our tandem and one more vulnerable half which Lisa thought would be fine given the quantity of 'Fragile' tape I'd wrapped around ...
... its brakes and aborted the flight. A faulty light indicating an open door meant we had to sit on the Tarmac for 2 hrs before we left! Not the best start but we made it to singapore safely in the end! Met up with Ian and Amanda, had some chicken rice and pork buns and are prepping for a big day ...
... sushi that you order on an iPad and then Baskin Robins ice cream which was delicious! Bang on time at 330pm the heavens opened and we were glad we left when we did to avoid my new suitcase getting wet (and potentially disintegrating, it was only from the Chinatown market). We still had time and ringgit left for some Cotton On shopping. And then we made our way to the airport. Not much cracking at the airport except that it was bigger than I was expecting. We spent ...