Hughenden Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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The longest 13 hours Sat on a plane for any amount of time can feel like it's taking forever But being sat on a double decker bus for 13 hours is a bit like a never ending story But you strangely except it as the norm.... If you are lucky you end up next to some people who have a good sense of humour and don't think a mad English girl sharing her milky stars and wearing flight socks with shorts is all that odd Antony and Dave were ...
... that we woke up to a massive cruise ship outside our balcony -Carnival Spirit this morning! Made us think of Kerry Low and her adventures.
Lunch and and a wander round the Rocks Market followed the climb - definitely not the Barras, we bought a print for the sitting room to match our NY skyline. Well cool. We did the right thing buying that extra case!
A night ferry to Darling Harbour for dinner was ...
It's after days like today that I'm so glad to have a blog, I've had a day to remember. Although when I was on the ferry I had an email cancelling whale watching again, I was quite happy to receive the email as I was running late so would have missed it anyway. On the ferry I was sat next to a family similar to my own, when a young girl sat next to me's phone rang and she was crying to her mum down the phone saying 'I ...
... so would be hard to avoid him. I carried on, doing the loop around the headland, taking in the lighthouse. When I got back to Lady Bay, the same guy was patrolling the beach. Clearly a bit of an exhibitionist!!! Another fairly unpleasant sight also proudly stood at one end of the beach. Still, I got some enjoyment from the expressions of passing tourists. Back at Circular Quay, I bought some fish (barramundi) and chips and headed over to ...
... pills, although they didn't quite work as I had hoped. Still we managed a few hours of broken sleep and then clambered off the plane at LA to clear customs and enjoy another lounge before boarding the flight to Salt Lake City (flight 2 of 3 to our final destination). By the third flight to Denver, we were pretty over it and ready to hit the road.
Hire car collected and we were on the road towards the Rockies! Took a wrong turn soon ...