Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel
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... deck - to Bondi junction. We had an insanely expensive and frustrating taxi ride to the education centre which was in the middle of the immense Centennial park which has an unhelpful one way system! Helen & Chris headed back to Potts Point for haircuts at one of the famous salons - preceded by coffee & patisserie in the excellent Bourke St bakery. Helen then made the epic journey back to the park to collect Nia. It's a huge park & ...
... it was just noon. It really was the best!!! A very light batter coated the Barramundi . We sat by the quay. the sun came out.
We walked to the lighthouse & were so lucky to see yachts out racing in the harbour. On the news later we found out we had watched the warm up race to the Sydney to Hobart boxing day race. Wild Oats, the ...
... with our own delightful smells to compensate. Setting off for a stroll at 12.30pm to meet up with Pop & the kids. It was a hot humid picturesque path alongside the golf course, passing by a Jack Sacko look alike was another random sight. Making it into Rose Bay in good time, coming out by at the marina wharf spotting a little boat that had been sunk in the water, which Andy tried to pull out. All of a sudden the winds whipped up a gusty gale blowing all ...
... was built in 1816 and is Sydney’s oldest remaining building. The original owner was John Cadman, who was sentenced to life in New South Wales for stealing a horse. He became a coxswain and later superintendent of government boats.
We drove through the Domain and the Royal Botanic Gardens, which were established in 1816. The garden is home to more than one million species. The area is huge and borders the ...
Earlier wake up, no sooner had Andy got out of bed, Poppy jumped in his space. Nothing better to do, he got on and made us breakfast to set us up for our days trekking. First class delivery service being provided cooked breakfast in bed. Once our stomachs were satisfied enjoyed some FaceTime with my folks to catch up on all the latest from UK. Out by 10.30am to catch the ferry from Double Bay. Checking the time table it soon became apparent that there was no ferry for ...