413 Bourke St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2010, Australia | Villa
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Sydney <3

A travel blog entry by stephwelsh


... Harbour where Kristen and I were later meeting one of Kristen's friend. It was good to see Breanne and learn about how she was planning on spending the next 3 months she had in NZ and Oz. Kristen and Breanne went to the aquarium and I walked around the very cute harbour and took some pictures and omg, had a dark chocolate frappucino from Starbucks. They only have that flavour in Oz and its delicious :) Later, we met up with Kristen's friend and enjoyed some ...

Beautiful Sydney

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


Our first day in Sydney got off to a sombre start as I found out that our almost 16 year old dog Carly was being put down. We got Carly when she was a year and a half back in 1999 - about 6 months before I met Garyn. Simply put, Carly was the best. She was the sweetest, kindest dog and meant so much to our family. I knew this day was coming for a long time and over the past bunch of months her health had deteriorated and finally it was time for my mom ...

First impressions of Sydney

A travel blog entry by lanen


... ache we booked on a ferry to Cabarita, somewhere inland. Most ferries are now catamarans and are quite fast. They sail up and down way Paramatta river, some 50 km inland. As it is in fact a very hilly country flooded, the coastline is very irregular and must be hundreds of km in length, with countless bays and coves. Modern man has used this coastline to construct countless homes, flats and mansions (some really palatial ones!) along the shores. ...

Sweet Sydney

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe


... it's roof-top terrace overlooks the harbour and its iconic opera house. There are many restaurants and pubs within short walking distance. The kitchen here is commercial grade stainless steel with 8 gas fired stoves and all the pots,pans and utensils one would need.

On Day one Don and I walked our sox off. We took a tour of the Opera House and then walked through the extensive botanic garden right on the edge of the downtown ...

Keeping up to date

A travel blog entry by richyb

... would be glorious. With it being such a big city there is always something to do, with some sort of sport being played most nights, from cricket, rugby, "soccer", Aussie rules and much more! Right now the Australian open is on, with Big Bash cricket most nights. If sport doesn't take your fancy then there is always something on at one of the theatres or some kind of festival in one of the parks, at the moment there is Sydney festival on too, which we will have to visit ...


This villa, located in the Darlinghurst area of Sydney, is near The Opera Centre, Belvoir Street Theatre, Moore Park Golf Course, and Tribal Warrior Cruise.
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