Travelodge Manly - Warringah
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... iconic Bondi Beach club, with 2 massive pools. There were lots of people in the frigid water.
We stopped for lunch at the Bondi hotel and enjoyed a great plate of fish and chips. Public transit is easy here, so we hopped a bus for the ride home.
After a a rest and a drink in the lounge, we went to the oldest bar/hotel in Sydney, the Lord Nelson. It was ...
It is a luxury to find a sunny weekend amidst a freezing (mainly due to wind chill) month...
This Sunday, being sunny, and me not being lazy, I made the most of it, to get out of my apartment and "the city".
The acute advantage of staying in "the city" is easy access to anything and everything.
A 10 minute walk away, is the Circular Quay Wharf and having timed it right, the ferry departing from F2 pier, took me to Taronga ...
... way around. Melbourne was far more corporate than I expected, its art scene was a haphazard fistful of amateur street performers, who, for the most part, couldn't perform to save their lives. Surfers was far less presuming. It's unpretentious and unapologetic. It's a poor man's Orlando. It's a culture-free Venice. The thing about Surfers Paradise is, at least at this time of year - it's quiet. There are no lines at theme parks, the beaches are used but ...
... to their lovely abode. We did a couple things here in Sydney, all which have their own little tale. So here goes nothing:
1. 4-D Movie at the Sydney Tower Eye:
We paid $25 each for this once in a lifetime experience! Expectations were so high going into this, as we thought it would be an MGM studios kind of deal. We learnt however, that it is NOT! We repeat NOT comparable! It is flipping 4 minutes long. In those 4 minutes this was our ...
... with names I can’t even begin to spell. From there, we headed to our drop off along the river where we boarded the Captain Cook Cruise Ship to meander us back down the Pyrmont River and back into Circular Quay. On the bus ride to the dock, we did get a chance to drive by Sydney Olympic Park and see the main stadium where the opening and closing ceremonies was held during the 2000 Olympics. Unfortunately, we were on the highway and ...