Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... never forget' and then joined a tour of the Opera House. The Opera House tour was certainly worthwhile and we learned about the architect, it's engineering challenges and the budget and time overruns. It is an absolutely magnificent building with no expense spared and we saw a local Sydney band rehearsing, two of the theatres and admired the view out to the river from up on high. The tour guide was very informative about all aspects of the Opera House from the ...
... that she's been working on for about 2 months and Abby is running out of things to do so trying to help out as much as possible.
Abby's cousin Daniel has been traveling in Australia after his mega cycling adventure around New Zealand so they managed to organise a catch up over dinner on Wednesday night. we went to a Bavarian Bier Café in St. Leonards and had lots of travel chat over very large tankards of beer - it was happy hour so it would have been ...
... by the window. (Alison, a perfect place for you both to celebrate your birthday when you are in Sydney – firstname.lastname@example.org). The meal, and, of course, the company were superb and it was a magical evening, ended by a ferry ride beneath the harbour bridge, Opera House and Quay lit up against the clear night sky.
Thank you so much Linda and Ernest for such a memorable ...
... and Steph first took us down to the beach at Dee Why, where Steph dropped off her resume at one of the family's favourite restaurants. She must have impressed them because she was very quickly offered a trial shift on Saturday! We took a stroll around the bay towards the headland before driving round to North Head, via Manly and Kingscliff. At North Head, we parked up before walking along a path through the bush to a lookout point. At the lookout, ...
... a blubbering idiot sitting next to her. It was when I got out the car and had to say goodbye to her that I started again and just couldn't stop! Thank god I was wearing sunglasses, they managed to cover my eyes and my face, as I was sitting waiting for my train just crying, must had looked like a nutter!
It was a perfect weekend and I am going to miss them terribly!!! ...