Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Quite expensive, but worth it for the sunset view and atmosphere
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Me and Em woke up early, most probably due to the time difference adjustment! Made some yummy breakfast with chocolate waffles and admired the view from our balcony. We then headed from Bondi junction to South Bondi - where Katy lives. We decided to walk, which was nice to see. Took about 30/45 mins, saw my first 'sniper' bird on route - basically …
... br> During the Chinese New Year period they have karaoke at the top and during Mardi Gras - a disco ball! VERY BIZARRE!
The descent was quick as it was so bloody windy so we just put our heads down and walked! When we got down again Steve continued with the commentary - including the story about the surviving faller (when the bridge was being built)! He broke both legs but was back to work within 17 days!
... from Circular Quay. Across the other side from where the boat gets in, you're on the ocean side at Watsons Gap. I happily passed some time watching the waves crashing below, before heading through part of the national park and round the coast. I walked up the beach at Camp Cove, and only looked down at the beach at Lady Bay. The pot bellied man wearing only a baseball cap, parading up and down the beach was a little off putting. It's not a ...
The day started not too early for a travel day, our taxi arrived at 7.45am and we were at the airport in plenty of time. Sadly no upgrade, the old honeymoon plea didn't get us anything. In fact, we were rejected from 2 lounges and finally accepted into the makeshift Air NZ lounge for a spot of breakfast and a glass of bubbles before boarding the full plane.
The flight to LA was pretty good, not too much turbulence. We both dropped ...
... of Newcastle. The line was still under repair and to our disappointment, a coach service had replaced the trains. We always find the train travel to Sydney an integral part of our overseas travel experience. It is comfortable, convenient and very cost competitive - and the five hour journey is easy to enjoy with its scenic route and opportunity to sit and relax, and enjoy a glass or two of wine.
Sitting on the old bench seats ...