Regents Court - by 8Hotels
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- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... the peaceful vicinity.
The next part is the Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay walk, that weaves around the harbour headlands, the bush track ascending and descending with thick forests on the left, and the bluish heaven on the right. Always, accompanying you, are the plenty of boats, sails and ferry liners in the bay.
Chowder's Bay offers crystal clear waters and a huge park for people to picnic and kids to let themselves free in ...
... we had our first seasickness tablet, shortly followed by a little bit of lay down while we waited for the ship to leave the dock. Once we were moving, it was time to head up to sail away and watch the ship go under the bridge and out of the safety and relative calm of Sydney Harbour. We knew when we’d gone through the heads as the boat developed a definite ‘out in the sea’ roll. There was the typical mix of music, drinks and dancing at sail away, however it was ...
... shy they may as well have been behind a barrier. On our way back we sat in the sun by the opera house for a while which was pleasant before returning to the hostel to make dinner. Hoisin noodles with chorizo. The spice of the Spanish sausage didn't go particularly well with the sweet sauce but I'm not picky so who cares! After that it was back to bed for some more much needed recovery ...
... it was literally a few minutes walk to the ship. It was easy getting on board and our cabin was ready. From our balcony we could see the harbor bridge. We had a nice lunch on the lido deck and then got us unpacked. We were exhausted by dinner and went to bed early. It was raining at that point. I woke up around 11pm and got a few pictures of the part of the harbor I could see. Because the Queen Mary2 was due in port in the morning our ship had to move to an anchor in the harbor. ...
... to find an Irish & British chippy called 'JP McCaffrey's'. Some haggis balls, chips, and curry sauce later we were feeling very satisfied! We went to chill on the beach, and saw our pal Johno (the Ukulele busker from Hyde Park back in December) so sat and listened to his set for a while before catching the bus home.
On Sunday we went to Hornsby (nearby town) for some brunch and to do some shopping in the Westfield Centre, which took up most of the ...