Manly Seaview Motel & Apartments

Address: Pacific St, Manly, New South Wales, 2095, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Pacific St, Manly, is near Manly Beach, Manly Bike Tours and Bike Hire, Manly Surf School, and Quarantine Station Ghost Tour.
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      Travel Blogs from Manly

      Day 3- Manly beach

      A travel blog entry by 14835kmaway on Feb 07, 2015

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      ... needed! We had to take a ferry to Manly which was about half an hour away. It was such a gorgeous sunny day which we were a little scared of considering how burnt we were, but we slathered on the sunscreen and grabbed a spot to tan and watch the surfers! We even went in the water today, but we saw a jelly fish and promptly got out of the water. After ...

      Settling into beach life!

      A travel blog entry by shannonbaynes on Jan 02, 2015

      12 photos

      We've been in Manly for almost three weeks now. The weather has been spectacular. We had a wonderfully simple Christmas. Santa found us and brought boogie boards and a few other trinkets for the boys. We spent the day playing with our new toys at the beach - built a sand base with Carson's new army men and gorilla figurine. We played volleyball and did a lot of boogie boarding. We came home in the afternoon just before ...

      After Christmas

      A travel blog entry by barrytexas on Dec 31, 2014

      3 comments, 31 photos

      Sunday saw us all heading out west to the foothills of the Blue Mountains at Cranebrook to visit Tricia's cousin Val, husband Keith, son Jon, his wife Nat and new baby Harvey for a family fun day. Forecast was not great but turned out lovely 30c +. Plenty of pool time, and Keith even pulled out the table tennis table. I had not played for nearly 40 years, but after a few games some of the skills started to return. Keith ...

      Day 98 - Sydney, Australia

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Dec 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and a Dolphin, they are very rare and I had never seen one before. There was lots of sharks in the aquarium, I can now recognise most types of shark, you can walk through three large tunnels and the Sharks are swimming all over you. You can do a Shark reef snorkel which I might look into. In the Barrier Reef exhibition, I finally saw a Sea Urchin (bloody hell, no wonder it hurt so much, it's spikes are like razors). We also saw a Platypus, Water Snakes, Sting Rays ...

      FINAL BLOG: Never Smile at a Crocodile

      A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Nov 16, 2014

      ... airport gate as my uni buddy and I took our separate ways in something that resembled a Cassablanca moment...and the most recent NYC trip that marked the end of a 4 year relationship and us not only going our separate ways until the airport checkin forced us next to each other again, but being so determined to not spend time together that i luckily avoided a near Muscle Beach abduction...guess I looked weak by comparison to the monkey bar jumping girls behind me. All in all, ...