Travelodge Bankstown Hotel
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... there were a group of black guys break dancing so we stood & watched them for a while then we walked to the 9/11 site. From there we went into Century 21 & had a look around before getting the subway to Soho where we walked to a famous pizza place called Lombardi's from there we were able to get the Subway straight to 51st station & back to the Hotel, we've packed our cases for ...
... my mums side. Her mum and dad emigrated from Holland to Australia after the second world war. I tried to catch up with Dianne but unfortunately she was in bed as she got a fever and didn't feel well. Now we will see each other tomorrow. We finished our evening with a meal in China Town which is close to our Youth Hostel. Finally we had a lot of vegetables again and some spicy food after a ...
Johnnie and I got up really late this morning. We were too late to eat breakfast. We got ready and got our geocaching list together. We mapped out some caches at Mrs. Maquarie's Chair and headed out. We were heading out to the Opera House first as that is a must do. Our hotel is within walking distance so we backed our bookbag with water, snacks and camera. Our first stop was lunch as we both were hungry. We had lunch at Circular Quay which ...
Well we certainly chose our day to go into the City! We took the ferry from the Taronga zoo wharf to the city. Our first view of the iconic Sydney opera house and bridge view. When we disembarked we were warned not to go near the city centre where there was a hostage situation. The Opera House was blocked off and closed. Police were ...
... she wanted to add the Sydney one to her list, Michael didn't need much convincing! We pigged out and ordered enough food to feed a small army and walked out feeling pretty full! After all the amazing food the effects of the wine had subsided and we soon realised how far we actually had to walk back to the hostel! After an hour and a bits walk we made it back and crashed out on our bunks, too much walking for one day! Saturday was a bit more chilled, we decided to ...