City Crown Motel
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... of food items. By the time we got back to the cabin, our suitcases has arrived and our cabin steward was waiting for us. After running us through the cabin amenities and putting the safety video on, we were left alone and were finally able to start unpacking. Minimal negotiation was needed around who could put stuff where. There are plenty of places to store our various bags, clothes or snorkelling equipment. Once unpacked, we had a few minutes to spare before it was time for ...
... Not So Serious Seven"
A brief on our crew -
Natalie "Nat" Mort also known as Snow White....a natural climber " to be sure to be sure" with a smile and sense of adventure second to none, a returning tourist from last year she will eat up the mountains.
Andrew " The Captain" Sadowski......always resplendent in or out of his cycling kit, always looks the part ....a real ...
... also only have 2 qualified Greenkeepers....wow!!!
Happy hour commenced with the normal excitement of a dog with 2 ***** only to the realisation that we still had 18 holes to play under lights...oh dear!!!
We are assigned our caddies Sum-tin and Sum-won (yes we have forgotten their names but it was a long day)
What a fantastic experience it was with 9 holes in the Ernie Els course & 9 holes on the Jumbo Ozaki course. ...
... Sunday is $2.50 day , which means that you can ride public transportation all for the low price of $2.50! We walk a couple blocks to the underground station and take the train down to Central Quay so that we can catch the ferry to Bondi Bay. The trains are all double deckers.. clean and comfortable..what a great system. Ten minutes later we exit the Central Quay (pronounced K), and walk over to the ferry. ...
... It was a beautifully sunny day which was fortunate considering the previous day's rain so we walked out to the bridge, taking the long way around darling harbour and around the head of Dawes Point. When we made it on to the bridge it provides good views from street level as well so if you're ever in Sydney it is something worth doing, as is the pylon for its mere $13 fee! The pylon gives good 360 views of the harbour and the bridge itself and is a good spot to ...