City Crown Motel
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... to met ...and No 1 ,where we actually picked up our luggage . 20 mins later , we were really worried and gave No 5 final go ..only to find a likely candidate walking up towards us ...with a board in his hands with our name on. He said he had been looking for us for 20 mins ........ A likely tale ....but at least we were on the our way at last. Checking in at our Hotel went smoothly and after a rest we decided to eat lunch in the hotel. Weather much warmer here ...
... earned its name due to it being the same side of the beach as the bus stop. It's much safer to swim at the northern end of the beach but visitors are often reluctant to walk far enough down the beach.
I really like Bondi Beach and I can see how every year tourists from places such as the UK, tired of the cold and rain, get drawn to this part of the world. With hot summers and mild winters and in a beautiful setting to boot, what's not to love?
... historical hotel that's now a restaurant with a rooftop bar. They had amazing chicken wings and potato wedges. Note on our observation of food in Sydney: It's priced quite high, but the quality is also extremely good. We were picked up by Brian's boss's friend Damon, a well dressed man in his mid 40s that is both a successful corporate man, and has been a traveling musician. He showed us an incredible night out at Aqua dining, indulging in delicious ...
... next to the beach to eat our lunch with a prime sea view. As we sat there we could see on one side the dark clouds rolling in, but on the other side it was still clear. Heading towards to the clear side hoping it might bypass us when we walk up the Bondi steps pass the swimming pool next to the sea. The waves were really choppy and big and we watched in awe the surfers tacking the huge surf. We also witnessed some stupid lads jumping in the rough sea by the ...
As the real name suggests, this is an extensive water garden. It flows down hill, through several tiers of the park. It looks simple but it's really quite complex. It's one of those places I always rush past, but now I know it's there I'll have to stop and look at it more often. The collection of fallen leaves captured at the end of the fountain is ...