Swiss Grand Resort And Spa
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... I carved my first pumpkin and wore a tutu which I have also never done before. And yes, it was scary! But we had enormous fun and the kids were sooo excited about it all. Sam and Zoe have bought a house there now, so Alan was kept busy fixing all those little things that are needed when you have your own place. He loves going to hardware stores at any time but American hardware stores have a special fascination and he was happy to ...
... state I must have looked. Andy was not with her and had gone in the other direction today. As he had missed her, I had to make that call to let him know she had beat him to it. It was touch and go for a while, our plans for dinner may have been put on hold. I bit the bullet and making allowances with an extra couple of tablets, decided to walk off this delayed hangover head. Allowing the cool evening breeze to work it's magic on the pounding, we set off for Woollahra Hotel ...
Saturday 4th October: Passport? Check. Money? Check. Phone? Check? Suitcase. Check. Ready to go? Check!! After a crazy morning of packing, eating anything still left in the fridge, and farewelling family, it was time to head to the airport to catch that flight and start this holiday. At 9.50pm, my friends Van, Carmen Karen and I departed Sydney on a 13.5hr flight to our stopover at Abu Dhabi. Who knew the flight was going to be so long?! ...
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Tyler the researcher found us a great restaurant called The Winery for dinner that night. It was an indoor/outdoor place with great lighting and an even better wine list. Once again, we loved a meal in Sydney. We were beginning to really wonder how we could relocate here at some point. Parents, don’t worry. It’s not happening in the next year or anything but it is on our radar for sure. Plus, it would be so fun to visit!
... colder and windier. Aria was the restaurant that came highly recommended by the concierge at the Four Seasons to eat at before attending the opera. The meal was probably the fanciest I’ve ever had, and I couldn’t say for sure that I didn’t eat some sort of testicle. Although the atmosphere was very nice and a good way to prepare for a night at the opera, I would probably recommend a different restaurant for those (myself included) who ...