The Sebel Resort & Spa Hawkesbury Valley
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... Any huu, so we qued, and qued some more but eventually got into macquaries point. Walking through looking for a good spot was like wishing we were super brown, skinny and rich.. it just wasn't happening. In the end we found the perfect spot right under direct sunlight with no shade and no view of the bridge. Its just what we were looking for. Lol. It wasn't too bad in the end. The trees eventually provided the much needed protection for my albino ...
So I now finally know the ending of Frozen having not had much sleep on the second leg of the flight either. In the last two nights we have had about three hours sleep each, so you can imagine our delight when we arrived at Sydney to no luggage. We go to the baggage services desk to be told that they are on the next flight already and should be in Sydney within the next few hours, a relief that the bags weren't lost forever or ...
... I'm English not British!!. Then this afternoon we drove to Palm Beach, this is where Home and Away is shot, it must be 20 years since I last watched it though. We first stopped at West Head which is on the opposite peninsula and overlooks Palm Beach, you could see a surf ski competition taking place in the water, there were hundreds of vessels. From there we went to the duck ponds which are naturally formed billabongs caused by a loose stone ...
... Sydney would be a nightmare.
*Navigator has to pay attention today – we want to cross via the bridge, not the tunnel. Satnav may not be in agreement. As we emerge from the airport tunnel ( under the runways ) the wonderful skyline of Sydney is visible for the first time. Wow!
* But the real thrill, and a very emotional one, is the approach to Harbour Bridge. Before we know it, we are driving ...
From time to time these three water bowls are accompanied by a mist sculpture. There was no mist when we were there on the day.
What I called it: Martin Place bowls
Official name: Passage
Designer: Anne Graham
Year opened: 2001
Location: Top of Martin Place, near Macquarie Street
History: Before Martin Place was opened to traffic ...