Travelodge Bankstown Hotel
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So after waiting around for a bit more, we then decided to board the ship. It was so smooth getting on. From showing tickets, to signing our paperwork. Boarding the ship was easy and organized, with a smooth sign in. Before we knew it we were walking up the board walk inside. As we walked along the ship we all got the jitters of excitement. It was pretty full on with greeting, and not knowing which way to go. We slowly meandered our way to deck 7 trying to ...
... If you ever go there, you have to do this! It's unreal!
Story time! So one night when we were all playing catch phrase, which is a game where you play charades with words, Skutes decided he wanted to get closer with Fed's mom. It all started out that morning when Skutes found $300 in the shower at the campground we were staying at. The catch phrase words that he had to explain were, 'Handling Cash.' And with Mom as his partner, this is how the conversation ...
... navigate and has a lot of outdoor shops and restaurants to see. We explored The Rocks, which is one collection of these, and ate lunch at The Rocks Cafe. The menu had a couple of unique items that caught our eye…the kangaroo burger and the crocodile burger. Now, what do you think my first question was to the waitress when she walked up? You guessed it- "Is the crocodile burger real crocodile?” Now, apparently ...
... I would leave March 21st and return on April 21st, I'm pretty excited, I think it might just be the perfect way to kick off my Aussie life! After the month of travel I'm thinking I'll "settle" down a little and get a job. Probably in Sydney but also maybe somewhere else. The beauty of not having a plan! I think the trip could be really great for meeting people and seeing a lot of the country. It's also nice to ease in to traveling with tours ...
... sides. From the bridge, we had a wonderful view of the old Manly ferry, an elegant steamer with an art deco interior that has been transformed into a restaurant. On the other side of the bridge is the maritime museum, with a warship and a submarine moored out front. Making our way across the central business district, in the hope of catching the Art Gallery before it closed, we saw lots of business people heading home from ...