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 Ross Hunter Gamefishing Charters.
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Travel Blogs from Sylvania

We never want to leave!

A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Feb 20, 2015

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... was an awkward time in England so it didn't work out, but I spoke to him which was nice and he sounded like he had a good day planned - going out for a nice meal. I'm sure he had a lovely birthday :) Jonny and I are now about to watch Sinister in the room. We have been chatting away to the two German girls who we are sharing a room with, and they're lovely so it was nice chatting to them. So today started great, went a bit skewed, but ended up being great. So all is good ...

The Long Day - Part 2 (The Airborne Part)

A travel blog entry by sstevens_99 on Feb 08, 2015

... ruined this one by falling asleep and then waking up for the last 15 minutes - so the twist at the end was destroyed. Don't think I'll be watching that one again, though.. I then watched "Big Hero 6" and really enjoyed this one. I did miss a bit in the middle on account of the dozing - but will re-watch that part on the way home, I think. Kerrie told me that she watched "Gone Girl" and enjoyed that, although she did say that she was a ...

Intro week continuation

A travel blog entry by lil_gem on Jan 10, 2015

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... made me want to get up and travel. Lets just say my carefree plan now has a bunch more I want to see and do which only complicates things further. When you are out here there is no way you can possibly plan. You have to go with the flow and that’s the first thing I am realizing. Anyone who knows me knows I’m a planner. I love to plan and know exactly what I am doing at all times pretty much. So for me this has been the first time I’ve ...

We "do" the Maritime Museum and the Harbour Bridge

A travel blog entry by argallichan on Jan 02, 2015

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After a good night's sleep Jon said he'd like to go to the Australian Maritime Museum, so as it was another hot day (about 28 degrees. What temperature is it in the UK I keep asking myself, as I rub yet more suncream into my arms) we walked v slowly and arrived about 10.45. There were not one, but four ships to look at, much to Jon's delight: an old coastal patrol boat, a defender, a submarine and a replica of Captain ...

Sydney to Melbourne

A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Dec 20, 2014

... ticking away before flight, felt like a nightmare. Decided would have to pay fine if alarm went off, went back down 6 flights of stairs, no air con, sweating and got out through emergency door, 2 security men came to see who had opened the door, I smiled and ran past them, just said Hi, and jumped in the taxi and we sped off. Felt like a fugitive, very panicky. Then arrived at Sydney airport to find queues coming out ...