Waldorf Apartments Hotel Woolloomooloo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... been flavoured with what tasted like bbq sauce. Very good and nice to try something new. We were in the Rocks area, which is the oldest part of Sydney. This is where the convicts were housed when they first arrived in the city. The tour company we went with a few days ago, also run evening tours around the Rocks, and as the other one was so good, we decided to do this one too! Funnily enough we had the ...
... them the code on our phone again. We got there an hour before check in. We were flying with Jet Star which is a similar airline to easy jet. They had the self service check in which we did but then had to queue for another hour to drop the bags off. The system was a bit flawed as I though the self service machines were meant to save time. Once through we sat and relaxed for an hour. This is the first flight I have been ...
... that prepared me for our last magnificent dinner in the revolving restaurant on the 47th floor of an office building one block away from our hotel. We ordered seared scallops which had become a favorite and a huge crayfish for two which they advertise as lobster. It is quite different from a Maine lobster but has a great taste of its own. The views of the city and the harbor were excellent and we had a lovely time for our last formal ...
... dollars. I even saw King Fish and I haven't seen that since the night market in Stone Town, it tasted so nice being cooked on the street, although I could have eat dirt that night and it would have tasted good! We bought plenty of seafood there for lunch and dinner, it's just a different level to what I have seen at home. We then drove to Bradley's Head which is a quite spot on the opposite side of the harbour, you have an amazing view of ...