Narellan Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The weather was beautiful when I arrived in Sydney on Sunday morning with the night bus from Byron Bay, and I went straight to the hostel - Bounce Sydney - which was right next to the central station. There I met Silje, a Norwegian girl I had met on Facebook who has just arrived in Australia, and together we went to see the city. We walked down to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, where we sat down for lunch and listened to ...
... movie - Dominoes and The Hobbit 3 to be exact. It was pretty pleasant but after a week of unusually early mornings and with the big move the following day we crashed out soon after. Sunday, as to be expected, was dominated by our move from Glebe to Pyrmont. After saying our goodbyes to Hannah & Ewan, leaving them and Simon some small gifts of thanks, we jumped on the Light Rail to John Street Square. The light rail is located directly below our building which is perfect as ...
... and pieces. I had an orange marmalade cocktail and Doug had a lemon meringue one. They were both lovely! Much better and cheaper than I expect at the o bar! And Doug had a hotdog and I had meatballs in a roll - strange but yummy! After the dinner it was about 7.30pm - 9.30 in NZ time so we were shattered and made our way back. Doug is currently snoozing next to me and I really want to join him!! Been up for about 19 hours lol. ...
... it was the best steak sandwich she's ever had! We took a ferry trip from Circular Quay to Manly which is located on the North Eastern edge of Sydney Harbour with one side of the suburb facing into the harbour and the other out to the Pacific. Sydney actually uses ferries as part of its public transport network which was a bit of a novelty. The journey to Manly takes about 30 minutes but you have amazing views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera ...
When he woke, Pete was ready to lie in bed as long as he could get away with. Unfortunately for him, Jen wasn't going to let that be very long at all. She was finding it impossible to deal with the racket the early rising kookaburras were making. A quick drive around Deniliquin on our way through to reminisce about our time spent calling it home, before making tracks back to the farm. Once at Jen's parents farm, it was ...