Pennant Hills Waldorf Apartment Hotel
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... day, a pearl jewellery store with millions worth of jewellery next, and then at a racecourse serving food!
This week I have done a couple of shifts at a massive club/function venue called Ivy, first one in a massive ballroom and then last night at an open roof pool club which was quite interesting! Tonight I'm back at the jewellery store followed by a shift tomorrow at the Art Gallery of ...
... in 'the rocks' an area overlooked by the bridge. Surrounded by cafés and outside seating. We picked one and settled down for a sandwich before setting off to walk over the bridge. We'd of loved to do the bridge climb but at $200(£80/100) minimum 'twas well out of our price range so settled for walking across the footpath instead. Once we were actually out on the path we both agreed that standing on ...
... into the city #winning Oh how I love a cool sunny Sydney day! We spent the next 90 minutes wandering around Circular Quay before strolling back to the free bus to whisk us back to the airport. Even got to get singled out to get a body scan #perverts lol 30 minutes now to fill in before we embark on the next (14 hour) leg to ...
... to the fish market. We strolled around looking at all the fish on offer before getting some to eat for lunch. The range of fish and seafood was amazing, as was the sheer number of Asian tourists! One threw his scraps to the seagulls outside (next to our table) and it made them go crazy - luckily we thought it was quite funny.
We then spent the afternoon dodging the rain by browsing the many shopping malls of Sydney. Maybe it was just because of our ...
... the Three Sisters at the side, named after the old folklore. I would rate this attraction 4.5 / 5.
9. Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge
The most iconic building in Sydney, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. You will have to take a postcard photo here which is absolutely free. Yay!! But for those thrill seekers, you may opt to climb up the Harbour Bridge at a fee of AUD258 or if you would like to unwind, do visit the Bar along ...