BEST WESTERN PLUS Garden City Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Success again with our bus passes. "One jolly swag-man and his missus to the city centre please"!
Such a beautiful morning. After arriving downtown, 30 minutes by bus to cover 7 K, we walked through the empty city, following a path that led us around Burley Griffin Lake to the Australian Museum. Approximately a thirty seven minute walk! …
Having misinterpreted the hotel desk's instructions as to the location of the bus stop, we finally found it and in my best Aussie accent I said to the driver, " G'day Mate, two concession day passes please" and I got them! This is a minor miracle because it has been something of a pet peeve of mine that seniors rates, or concessions as they are …
We departed Eden in bight sunshine and a pleasant 19C. We headed north along the coast for a while, then headed north east, inland, and began the climb up the first range. It topped out at 1,000 metres and a temperature of 13C. Much to our delight we saw the Snowy Mountain range off to the west where the highest peak, Mt. Koscluszko is 2,280 metres …
On the road at 6.35am. A chilly morning, left home at 8 degrees. Had to phone the e toll as the e tag didn't go off at Pennant Hills. A beautiful clear, sunny day. Warmed up to 12 degrees as we drove through Sydney. Morning tea stop at Sutton Forest at 9.32am where it was 6 degrees. After making enquiries at the Goulburn Convent, we surprised Pat …
... press interviews but there is a man with a gun . In the end there is a bit of a scene as none of the family will take a photo and Rory refuses to loudly. This draws attention. I have to take a selfie and there is a crowd of Japanese tourists. I can't see them as I'm facing away but a man from the group turns to see me in mankini and draws a sharp intake of breath whilst saying "d*****", it is the classic sound that you ...