Quality Hotel Sands Narrabeen
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... resort. We stopped at an information booth to ask where "locals" like to go and were directed to a little restaurant across the street from the beach called Aloha. We had a nice hamburger which came with a thick piece of beer on it (and we both love beets!) as well as an order of fish and chips. It was all very good and we enjoyed this out of the way place. We walked the perimeter of the beach and saw beach volleyball games, people trying to surf, swimmers, sunbathers...there were a ...
Last August something happened. It went something like…..
“Hey, we have this great idea! Let’s cycle 1500kms from Munich to Rome (across The Alps) with one change of clothes and a credit card. Wanna join?” The significant proposal to get fit and adventurous seemed to unleash bizarre feelings inside me, quite the opposite of those normally expected when thinking about a trip to Europe. My gut ...
... and views. After another great evening and a fun day, we bid farewell as poor Simon and G had a week at work to suffer. We arranged to meet again towards the end of our stay in Sydney.
The next morning we had a little lie in before wandering through the Royal Botanic Gardens. It was a lovely little walk. It seemed like a great place to just stroll through or have a picnic or exercise - and many people were doing just that. The end of the walk brought us ...
... the penguin show which was so BORING that i nearly fell asleep. I would rate this attraction 2.5 / 5. Skip this place if you must.
4. Wildlife Sydney Zoo
If you like reptiles and snakes, this is a must go attraction. There were so many species of snakes that after each area, i end up shrieking or screaming. However, there were gentler animals like the Koala Bear (forever sleeping) or the Kangaroo. This attraction was better compared to the ...
... to travel over Sydney's iconic harbour bridge. The sun was just about poking through, the stunning opera house was immaculate in the distance and we'd well and truly arrived in the city. It was around 12:30 in the afternoon and I was already flagging. My lack of sleep was mainly due to a pain that I'd developed in my neck from the first time I slept on the Greyhound. It had generally prevented me from doing the same again ever since. Junior and I disembarked before ...