Sydney Park Inn

2-6 Francis St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

Who's knee? Sid knee!

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor

9

... but that would've meant missing out on my renditions, and one man show of 'Neighbours' as we walked past Ramsey street-esque neighbourhoods. We eventually made it to the tourist infested entrance and was greeted by a truly brilliant sight. There was mountain upon mountain and a view so clear we could see for miles. There were numerous walks we could have done to really see the area . We opted for the easy tree line walk that would take us to the three sisters and numerous lookouts. ...

The Land of Oz

A travel blog entry by winebuff

2

... taken by couples however for one lady, she made such a scene over the fact that she was not seated beside her husband in the only side by side seats and played this drama out with all of the FAs, their director, and finally the passenger that was assigned to the seat she so coveted. Of course, she got her way and interestingly enough, her husband said not single word throughout it all. Perhaps he had planned the 10 hour escape from her ...

En Route

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise

1

... 163;89. I know insurance is there but I'm sure the first £50 isn't covered anyway. Will need to check. Immigration went ok easy peasy, just red tape but at least our passports get stamped. So many places don't bother with that anymore which is a shame, still I expect we shall collect a couple more yet. Sorted out some photos to set aside for an album other than that just took things easy hoping for the mech ins ...

The phantom of the opera is here... inside my mind

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

176

... set off in search of the Hard Rock Cafe at Darling Harbour. We had our dinner overlooking the harbour, whilst enjoying a pricey pale ale called 150 Lashes. A nice end to our short stay in Sydney.

The next day we headed off to the airport for an early flight to Auckland, New Zealand. We will write again from there (promptly, internet permitting - Mr H is still cracking the whip!).

Lots of love to our friends and family back home.

Lyndsey & Martin
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Hello Again, Sydney!

A travel blog entry by jaiofchi

11

... arrived at the Oaks. It was only 10am, but a room was available for us, which was nice. Like the Oaks in Port Douglas, these Oaks are fully self-contained apartments. This building appears to be a rehab of some kind and all the units are built around an open atrium, which is very cool. We chucked our stuff into our room, mapped our location and hit the streets.

We are within walking distance of Darling Harbour and all of the shopping and ...

Location

This inn, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Opera Australia, Hyde Park, St. Mary's Cathedral, and Anzac War Memorial.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent