The Sebel Manly Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around the time of World War II. The Avenue of Honour was started there in 1928 to honour soldiers who died for Australia and continues to do so today. The history and beauty of the area made for an amazing day for both of us!
We have made two trips into the Sydney CBD so far. The ferry ride through the Sydney Harbour is a great way to start and finish any day. Passing by two famous Australian icons never gets old. The Sydney Opera House and the ...
... so we caught up on that before heading out. Our first stop was Pyrmont Bay Park where we enjoyed a typically Aussie day with barbecue in the wind! It was actually a little overcast too so we didn't spend too long once the food had been finished up before heading back to the apartment. Here we watched more Sherlock before heading out for the evening. Saturday's at Darling Harbour mean fireworks so we enjoyed the nine o'clock show prior to heading to The Star. As ...
... 160; The Australian open surf competition sponsored by Hurley is on during our stay. I'm sure the expected 100,000+ visitors expected for the week long competition has livened up the place. I've never been a surfer but the place has me thinking or feeling the carefree time when I was in my early twenties. Maybe b/c most of the people on the street and on the beach are that young or if the aren't you suspect they still hold that carefree attitude. ...
... see that they were filming the person. Ari realised it's was probably the Beach Rescue program that we'd watched once. Went and had another paddle about in the sea, got out just before a big wave soaked Ari!
Got our stuff together and headed up the beach to get an Ice-cream! Got a Callipo each, then sat on a bench looking over the beach. Went a took photos of the beach then headed back to the bus. There were ...
... according to me (I am not an art expert)). Sydney seemed like the perfect metropolis. It was still the economic heart of the country, with a relaxed mediterranean attitude and weather. On the other days, I visited the Rocks neighbourhood, did the Bondi to Coogee scenic walk and napped a lot. I also visited Manly beach. I really liked the beaches in Sydney, because the water was much cooler than in Southeast Asia, and the were a ...