Waldorf Apartment Hotel at The Entrance
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... enough to bring me out of my seat and yell out "Hey!" Another man to my right finished my scentence, "Knock that **** off." As my compadre yelled out, the polo dude turned and began to come straight at us. "oh ****," I thought. "I have only been in Sydney one day and I am getting in a fight" Luckily my stranger/friend went directly into the bar to call the police who cooled the situation down quickly. I was glad that it worked out the way it did but I still think ...
We left the RMYC, Newport at 7am and cruised up Pittwater on a beautiful sunny winter morning. We headed north with our traveling companions Water Lou and White Night, both Riviera cruisers for a 4 1/2 hour cruise to Port Stephens. With a south westerly blowing we had a very comfortable ride along the coast and spotted several whales traveling northward including a large humpback.
... actually. Somehow I reckon country people get better service than in Melbourne or Sydney. Good one Apple. I thought I would never say that, but there you are - must give credit where credit is due.
Now that all is well and all is forgotten, Samsung will need to wait longer for now. And since they release on average a new model every 12.7 days, it will be the 27th generation out before I get to try their tablets. And this is in less than 6 months. "Tablets mmmmmm…"
Did the run from the Hunter river to West Gosford this morning after a pancake breakfast.
Today's priority is the warm fridge. I have a list of service agents from the web. I have managed to buy a Telstra dongle thing in Nowra that's give us awesome coverage. So contacted Harry in Gosford who has a caravan repair business. ...
Stepping out of the train station at Kings Cross I was brought to a sudden stop as I saw this peculiar and rather large looking bird pecking about the kerb. I casually (well I hoped that was what exuded from my coupon) looked about waiting for the reactions of the general public to confirm my suspicions that this bird had escaped from a zoo or something and shouldn't be poking about a busy street, but nobody batted an eye lid. It was an ibis, a very common sight in and around Sydney, ...