Narellan Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sunny. Winds westerly 15 to 25 km/h tending southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h in the late afternoon then becoming light in the evening. 7am 5.3 degrees feels like 3.1 It's windy and very crisp this morning, Graham was still in bed when my alarm went off at 6.30am. 7am and Graham has brought me a nice cup of tea :) Well, we had a lovely day after Graham did some work and I had a good session on the treadmill. We had ...
... photography exhibition, was about Lake Eyre, was interesting and very good. We enjoyed coffee together, said hoo roo to Richard and I dropped Josie to Springwood. I had a lovely afternoon with her. Bought soy milk, put fuel in the car and headed home. Vacuumed Grahams office, walked the beagle girls and went to the Food Services office for the meeting .... The meeting went on and on and on ..... I excused myself at ...
... back on the ferry up the river only to discover that the Olympic park stop was closed for the summer (because, who travels to tourist locations in the summer?). So, we ended up in a random Sydney suburb but thankfully found our way to a train that took us back to the city.
That night, we went to a Malay restaurant, which had stellar Yelp ratings. It was not, however, "divine," or "sublime," as a drunken British patron remarked to us as we waited in line for a seat, ...
... for a while. Why not right!?
It suprised me that Sydney is quite a 'small' city. It isn't that busy and big, what I expected. The city has it's highlights, but I assume you can see them in a day or two. So what's next? What's my plan than? Exactly! Thrift shoppingggggg. I met this cool dude Gabriel (Switzerland) and we found some second hand shops. Yay! Had an awesome day. :-) hihi
My first days in Sydney are a fact. To be continued.
... small - there isn't much room to move around the bed - but perfect for our needs, with a single sofa bed and 2 bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom/laundry. I reckon when the roadworks move 100m down the street, it will be very noisy, though! Back out to Glebe for a Japanese dinner with Davide and Cat, and a walk down Glebe Point Rd for gelati - I recognised the motel where I'd stayed with my parents in the 1980s, and Davide tells me it is notorious from his time in the beat ...