Ashfields Philip Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Business Services
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Woke up this morning and hopped on the bus to head half an hour up the road to 'Bondi Beach'. Another place on my bucket list to tick off. This place was heaving. It was a million miles away from the deserted islands I was lucky enough to stay on in Fiji. The beach itself was packed with people with golden tans and 6 packs. The sea was full of surfers catching the waves and loads of people with ...
Needed that 12 hours sleep. Got woken up a few times by the other people in my room. After breakfast I decided to go and see Sydney harbour. Nice long walk round the bay's. I had my map so knew roughly where I was going. Took some nice pictures. Walked over the bridge and found a nice park and bay, chatted to few fishermen. One court a old fishing rod. Lol. I found a good shop and brought some pasta, eggs and few ...
... all had a safety meeting the whole 2000 people plus on one of the decks. They usually do this as an emergency drill, and then we headed off to dinner. We had one small hiccup, the power-boards we took on board were confiscated, as it had a surge button on the side and they weren't allowed. They later provided us with a different one. About a few hundred people had the same problem, and had them confiscated. We immediately headed onto the dinning room, called ...
... and he died alone and penniless and is believed to be buried in the Hunter Valley somewhere. He had been transported for forgery. The Hyde Park Barracks was used as a female asylum and finally as the first stop for many single or orphaned young women who emigrated from Britain and famine-racked Ireland for the opportunities for employment in the growing colony ...
... night. We quickly made it back to our room and changed into our formal clothes and made back to the dining room by 6pm. We were seated with a Kiwi family, some from Australia and some from New Zealand. Joanna was from Tweed Heads, her sister Kathy from near Frankston, their brother and sister-in-law from Auckland. They said they were quite happy for us to join them at dinner at their table every night, as they had a regular booking at 6pm, so we ...