The Great Southern Hotel
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Spent the day walking, ferrying & seeing lots of animals.
After a big breakfast at the hotel restaurant, I walked to Darling Harbor & caught a ferry for Manly. It was a gorgeous, sunny, breezy day.
A ferry ride is a good way to see Sydney harbor. Felt no great desire to get off, so I rode back, got off at Circular Quay & walked …
Up at 6 am to pack & breakfast. Walked around the rest of the hotel. It extends up & back the mtn with a restaurant, small fitness room, outdoor sitting areas. All the rooms have lake views.
Left the bags at the front desk & walked down to the lake to people & cloud watch. Also evaluated my packed gear & decided I had mostly …
It was an action packed day starting at a 7 am pickup to beat the big tourist buses to the Three Sisters & Jamison Valley, Echo Point, & Waradah Aboriginal Center. We did avoid a lot of the crowds, one of the big benefits of small group tours (only 12 of us in the van).
The overcast sky did clear, bringing the blue haze the MTS are …
Today we depart our ship and make The Great Southern Hotel our base for the next few days.
After Breakfast we say our last goodbyes and disembark the ship, we head to the Australian customs hall where we are questioned about what we are bringing into Australia (but being worldwide travellers and watching nothing to declare) we are well prepared …
What a city. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, Operta House and Bondi Beach, all in one day. Our first of only two days in Sydney so we thought about how
to make the most of our time here. We decided to take the short walk to Darling
Harbour where we knew that there would be waterside restaurants open for
breakfast. This was a 15 minute walk …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
comfortable mid range hotel friendly staff and in a good location
600 yards from cenral station (15 minutes from Airport direct line)
situated on the Edge of China Town . Close to Darling Harbour Paddy's Market and Cenral Sydney
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