Sydney Gateway Resort and Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It's clean and comfortable, some pretty loud traffic noise all hours, but good facilities and friendly staff.
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Partly cloudy. Winds westerly 25 to 35 km/h 7am 1.9 degrees feels like -8.2 Brrrrr it is beautiful looking but breezy and very cold. Judy and I had a lovely day !!! :) We walked down the new path to the Three Sisters, Judy bought her Paragon chocolates, we had tea and baby lemon meringue tarts at the Hydro Pavillion, a lovely walk around Mt Tomah ...
... porridge for brekky, yum ... Saw to the chookies,,showered and dressed and left at 10am to go and pick up Margaret L ... We went to Zokoko and enjoyed and relaxed time and a delish morning tea and we shared the lemon polenta cake and a generous slice of chocolate cake with a scoop of ice cream. That chocolate cake was really really good :) When we finished, I dropped in to the Good Price ...
... food I can't really comment on because I went for light options as I was feeling full, but the fruit was very fresh and the options on the menu sounded amazing... For example lamb rack with jus.
i look forward to seeing if it compares on the way home, as I will be in the Boeing right through.
Its ts amazing how fast everything is through business, you skip so many lines and disembark so quickly. If I had the money, I would take this option every time.
... unrecognisable as the UK despite them being taken as recently as the 1960s. A very thought provoking display, it would be impossible to not be affected.
To lighten the mood, our next stop was the nearby botanical gardens which offered a bit of light relief after the intensity of the exhibition. What a setting. Strolling through the park, you are followed by the constant sound of waves lapping against the stone walls. ...
Almost my last entry that last one. It's now 3:45am 27th Jan, we arrived home in Australia last night and guess what I could not sleep. But I was thinking and seem to have found jotting notes down helps me. Two phrases I was thinking on just then "do what's in front of you" and it's far better" not taken from anywhere or anyone, just early morning thoughts after a month in Europe. We travelled with the great unwashed on trains and buses all over, staying ...