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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we took the ferry to Manly Beach. You really can see how large Sydney is when you get out on the water. It is the worlds largest natural harbor, with over 300 miles of coastline. It is also a very multicultural city, we heard a large variety of languages every we went.
... Nikki also made friends with a very well travelled older gentleman who was going to see the opera that night. Can't leave her alone for two seconds anywhere! Anyway, this lovely man reassured us that Sydney is not normally this cold and we're experiencing a really cold patch that they are having. Fabulous! And that in cairns they never get winter so it should be around 26C there! Absolutely fabulous! Anyway, as it was dark, cold, a little chiribiri, and we'd missed the last bus ...
... ice cream from their stores so we decided to head over to the one closest to us after work. Little did we realise that the world seemingly knew of the free ice cream and the queue was probably a couple of hundred people deep! That is a realistic estimate - the shop is based on the second floor of a shopping centre and the queue spiralled down the staircase of the adjoining car park for a whole floor (that was four long ramps). We followed the flow just ...
... at a place across the road from the hotel – usually pizza. After this is free time. There are a few bars nearby, or you can take the short walk into town to other bars. There are also ghost walks in town as well. But there are no organized contiki activities this night.
... predominantly German group of sightseers and were then greeted by two unconventional guides. Without doing them too much of a disservice, they looked and sounded like Eastern European mobsters who could break your neck with the flick of their wrist. As it turned out, they were in fact from Serbia originally and had moved to Australia many years ago. The driver, who was clearly in control, took his position and then his hapless partner had to improvise by sitting on a crate at ...