Waldorf Apartments Hotel Woolloomooloo
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Waldorf Apartments Hotel Woolloomooloo
TripAdvisor Reviews Waldorf Apartments Hotel Woolloomooloo Sydney
Travel Blogs from Sydney
... and then left. Every time we would stare at them wondering what they were doing. (Apparently they were doing counter-terrorism exercises as part of the G20 summit security). Shower and walk into town. The clouds came over and the thunder and lightning landed. It was rush hour so loads of people were soaked. We pulled into Pie Face for pie, mash, peas and gravy. Not bad for £4 and I love pie. The rain had stopped so we wandered to the ferry for the free city ...
This is a complex structure and could be considered ugly if it was only viewed from a distance. It's when you get up close that you see the real beauty and fun of this fountain. The Tank Stream, which it is named after, was the source of fresh water that encouraged the white settlers to stay in ...
... very little class. Cue aussie woman falling over her heels into a pile and vomiting over herself. Its 6 in the evening. 5. So who the hell told me its hard to he t a job here? Oh wait, english as a second language speaking germans. Ignore them. Its just them. You will get one instantly. Unless you're fresh out of education, in which case you're screwed. Best get saving those sterling pounds pal. 6. Australians really like to go on holiday to ...
... food court for lunch, I have never been in such an elaborate food court. We had haute hotdogs! In the evening we had our flight to Brisbane, it was so easy because it was a domestic flight, we only had to get there an hour before, we could print off our own boarding passes and didn't even have to show any ID! I made friends with a baby on the plane.. It seemed to be very entertained by my face, and spent about an hour of the journey just pulling faces at ...
... Paid our respects at the War Memorial, and then were just in time to catch some of the Welcome To Country dance for NAIDOC Week. I always find the didgeridoo so moving. We had a lovely long walk through the Botanical Gardens, to Mrs Macquarie's Chair, where we stopped and admired the view. Then back along the harbours edge to the Opera House and Circular Quay. It was beautiful way to spend ...