I had a domestic flight into Sydney one afternoon and had an int'l flight out the next morning. It would've cost me about $30 or so between a night in a hostel & the bus or train ride in, so I decided to stay in the airport for the night. It was easy to pass the time there between showering, using internet, browsing shops, eating meals, reading, etc. There is a section in the airport where they allow people to lay down and sleep (on the floor, across the seats, etc.) overnight. The light doesn't go off at night tho, and the cleaning crew is quite loud, but if you're looking to save a few bucks, it's not a bad place to hang out. There seems to be about 10-20 people each night that has this idea (they mostly look like backpackers) so you're in good company. I met couple of Swedish guys who had already been there for 3 days due to unplanned, extended stop over in Sydney.
Unique Quality: - Free showers & internet
- TV in the food court until about 11 ish
- Clean facilities (unlike some hostels)
- Shopping & dining w/o having to go outside
- Baggage storage available (no lockers tho)
- or cart it around in the free luggage cart
Finding it nigh impossile to find accomdation in Sydney between 15-19 Nov. Damn rugby cup final, anyway places with rooms include
179 Cleveland (Cnr Regent) Street,
think it's quite central, good place to stay location wise?
or i got Airport Sydney International Motor Inn , which is 15 min cab to center it says the rail link is 10 mins away. would the service be good, i guess airport to city rail link should be often, reliable and reasonbly prices?
7 Hickson Road, The Rocks, Sydney
27 O'Connell St, Sydney
534 Kent St., Sydney
8 Challis Ave, Potts Point, Sydney
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