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TravelPod Member ReviewsLido Suites Sydney
Quite an unsuitable place for a family. The bed was very uncomfortable, and the pullout couch is essentially a sheet on top of springs that were saggy and painful to sleep on. It is located right beside a strip-club in Sydney's King's Cross area.
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After a tour of the house, it was clear to see our stay was going to be very comfortable, 5 double bedrooms with a pool, there was a possibility to get lost. Emma's cousin Dom and his wife Lucy were happy to have us stay with 4 kids ranging from 8 - 18. After the first 10 minutes we knew this place was going to be a madhouse, we were slammed with general knowledge questions from Boyd the 8 year old as soon as we set foot in the door! Adding to ...
... see parts of Sydney we haven't seen. The weather held and we spent an hour and a half being blown through town. By craning our heads we could see all the buildings in downtown. If I were coming to Sydney again I would look for a tour of the architecture of the city. There are some magnificent buildings in the skyline.
Oh, I forgot while it was still raining we did a tour of the Museum of Sydney. It was close by but with fairly ...
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