Aurora Hotel

Address: 324 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2010, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Darlinghurst area of Sydney, is near The Opera Centre, Paddy's Market, Chinatown, and Central Station Sydney.
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    Time flies

    A travel blog entry by annakanada on Oct 19, 2015

    21 photos

    ... s sleeping positions! By the way, did you know that:
    "The female Kangaroo may have up to three Joeys (that’s what the babies are called) at different stages of development at any time. One Joey may be just out of the pouch yet still suckling, the second may be developing in the pouch whilst a dormant embryo might be in a state of embryonic diapause. This embryo will only begin to develop once the pouch again becomes available and ...

    Patience is a virtue

    A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Sep 28, 2015

    1 photo

    ... up so late and I soon told them we had received a text telling us of the delay. Had we been there for the original 9:30 departure we would have been put on the
    Qantas direct flight to Santiago departing at 11:25 but we were too late for this flight and there were no seats on it by this stage. Happy not!!! They were happy to pay for us to have another night at .Rydges and give us a food voucher each to the value of $50. sorry Qantas but ...

    Better than brighton!

    A travel blog entry by alandhelen on Sep 11, 2015

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    ... but that tea was lovely! Anyway, caught a bus all the way back to Sydney and ordered pizza for dinner. Packing up tonight and heading to Auckland tomorrow.

    Sydney is a lovely city, well worth another visit one day with more time to explore. Only place i have been where the number of buses seems to outnumber the ...

    A day with the locals

    A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Aug 29, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... we gorged ourselves on delicious fish and chips at Doyle’s, a popular fish take away shop. It just doesn’t get any better than sitting at a picnic table in the brilliant sunshine, at a park, by the sea, eating scrumptious food. However, I think I was so hungry that a Vegemite sandwich would have tasted great.
    Once we were fed and watered, we were off, once again. This time, we headed back towards downtown Sydney, with a short stop at a ...

    Last penguins and Sydney

    A travel blog entry by smithputney on Aug 22, 2015

    ... storage tanks and Kelly Tarlton, who was a famous NZ marine explorer wanted to set up somewhere where people could view fish and decided this was a good spot. They created the first walk through perspex tunnel in any aquarium, and moulded the sheets themselves to save money. It opened in January `985 and Kelly Tarlton died a couple of months later. On arrival you go downstairs to get in as the whole complex is underground and below high tide sea level - the cafe has ...

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