Hotel Urban St Leonards
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... just as much as the rest of them!
We headed out on a walk to see the kids schools, the nearest town, and to go for lunch at a lovely restaurant/cafe called 'The Butchers Block."
We came home for coffee, before heading out for a drive around the area, and then chilled out on their lovely balcony.
Tom was the next home, causing another moment of hysteria, before the boys were straight back into their football ...
... Swans at the Sydney Cricket Ground and we sat two rows from the field, it was amazing. It was good to sit so close to the front because I got to watch the men, I mean the game, proper up close, it was brilliant. The atmosphere was great in the stadium, there was about 42,000 people watching and I couldn't help but proper into it and chant, wave my Swan flat and shout c'mon swaneyyyyyyyyy in ...
... that won’t go away as he said.
We went out in Newtown on Saturday night. Newtown is a suburb outside of Sydney, about 15 minute train journey. Wicked place, lots of cool and quirky bars and pubs down there with great beer gardens. Not city like at all, more funky, hip and chilled out, had a really good night out there. I went for dinner with him on Monday and said our goodbyes, well au reviour for now. ...
... me. After Chloe and I tried our hands on the dance floor we decided to depart. There was a strange vibe in this place that we couldn’t put our hands on. Issy was with a friend called Chris and assured us she would be fine and me and Chloe desperately wanted our beds. We hailed a taxi back to the hostel and it was the taxi driver who informed us that the bar we had just been into was renowned for being one of the rougher gay clubs in Sydney. I couldn’t help but ...
... proximity to the bus stop, and the unwillingness of tourists to walk the length of the beach to safer swimming. The south end of the beach is generally reserved for surfboard riding. There is an underwater shark net shared, during the summer months, with other beaches along the southern part of the coast. Pods of whales and dolphins have been sighted in the bay ...