Abcot Inn

Address: 410 Princes Highway, Sylvania, New South Wales, 2224, Australia | Inn
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This inn, located on 410 Princes Highway, Sylvania, is near Abyss Scuba Diving, Pebbly Beach, Captain Cook Golf Course, and djamu Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Sylvania

Camp Cove & Watsons Bay

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 28, 2014

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... wet screwed up piece of paper which could possibly have been it, so our 1st failure we suspected was down to a muggle sabotage. Poppy pointed out there was another not to far away (having downloaded the app, as she has internet and not relying on wifi) So we headed back to Camp Cove to locate geo cache find #12. This clue was easy and not hard to locate the sizeable container hidden behind a history information board. Again Poppy had the honours of marking us down ...

Flight CX161

A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Oct 08, 2014

7 comments, 2 photos

... for Premium Economy travellers was down in cattle class so I ventured through the curtain in the dark when I came across the body of a young child in the aisle. I assumed the child was sleeping and Cathay Pacific had overbooked the flight with a new travel class "aisle class". Fortunately I was able to step over the child though as I was not happy with young children at that ...

We explore the Carnival Spirit

A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros on Jul 05, 2014

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... the shop. Ros got two t shirts for $30 so good price. This afternoon we went along for High Tea which was okay (we were spoilt on Costa with the petit fours!). Tonight is the Captain’s Celebration so we got into our tidy gear for dinner; the Captain and senior officers came down to the Atrium area to mingle with the passengers before going into dinner. Wow some people were so glammed up – we wondered how they got their dresses, tuxedos etc on board without ...

Sydney Day Two

A travel blog entry by romney39 on Jun 15, 2014

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When I checked a few days ago what the weather was going to be like while we were in Sydney, yesterday was meant to be raining. Instead it was warm and sunny, a beautiful winter day and cool, nice evening! The forecast said today would be the better day, so I was thinking we would begin the day with a jog along the harbour, enjoying the views and the sunshine. So when I threw back the curtains this morning in anticipation, I was not at all happy to see pouring rain ...

What to eat...

A travel blog entry by drcooper on May 18, 2014

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... poultry are sourced and the less than ideal manner in which the meat is hung...I did tend to agree that perhaps three or so days sans steak or chicken or goat might not be a bad thing..."we are only eating vego, but not salads, the leaves are washed in water from the Ganges!!" I proclaimed. Why as travelers do we put our faith in hotel kitchens and think that what we see in the hotel lobby will be continued into the kitchens and food preparation areas? Anyway...we did, and ...