City Lodge

Address: Level 2, 15-17 Hunter Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the City Center area of Sydney, is near Oztrails, Hunter Valley Wine Tours, Balloon Aloft, and Shark Island.
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        Travel Blogs from Sydney

        Time flies

        A travel blog entry by annakanada on Oct 19, 2015

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        Time really flies!
        Just looking at the fact that two weeks have passed again since writing my last entry.
        Of course my days are long and tiring and after spending ten hours with Finn and Amelia I'm definitely ready for the parents to come back home and I also have to admit that these days can be really long. But the weeks just pass by and I'm opening my calendar to look at the weekends that I have left in this beautiful country and ...

        We're packed and on our way.

        A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Sep 27, 2015

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        ... for our flight to Sydney. Once on the plane I can finally relax and know that if I've forgotten anything it is too late. Our packs weighed in at 15 and 17 kegs with Paul having the heavier load. He really is at a disadvantage having to pack those huge walking boots. I had to laugh when I saw them take up half the room in his pack. After 3 hours of waiting at gate 21 along with several crying ...

        Rocks Market and Luna Park

        A travel blog entry by smithputney on Aug 23, 2015

        ... back on the Wild Mouse. I had earlier tried to go on the Rotor, but it was temporarily shut, so I went back to see with Tash. It was working so on I went (Tash watched from above). This was a ride I remember from Yarmouth, where you enter a big drum, it starts to spin, the floor is dropped away and you stick to the wall with centrifugal force. I'd never dared go on years ago when I was little, so gave it a go now. It wasn't that pleasant, the forces ...

        July/August outback trip 2015

        A travel blog entry by judybrown on Jul 31, 2015

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        ... dinner Day 6 Wednesday 05/08/2015 Lay day Lazy start, not up till 0745. Had been cold overnight, lots of ice again. Thought it got down to -2!! Day spent rearranging cars, fixing 3 flat tyres, 1 not so successfully, ours!! Martin fixed his leaking water tank. Made hamburgers for lunch. Weather divine. Sunny all day. When the cool winds not blowing we think it got to about 26. Cool wind kept the temp much lower. 2 convoys of 2 cars passed after lunch. Had the Tomahawk ...

        Katoomba, Leura and the Blue Mountains

        A travel blog entry by posullivan09 on Jul 13, 2015

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... actually stopped. For what I was able to do I think it was worth it (especially with my student discount... Shhhhh I only finished grad school two years ago) I took the bus around to the Prince Henry cliff walk where I got off for a "bush walk". Essentially walking through the forest over the valley. At first it was kind of creepy walking through the forest by myself. While I was at one of the lookouts a few German girls came up so I at ...