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Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"With a warm and mild climate year-round the open-air double-decker coach tour is a perfect way to sightsee in Sydney and Bondi. Hop aboard the open-top double-decker bus at any of the 34 stops around the city. Enjoy live commentary from your onboard guide as you sit back and relax on the full ride which takes about 90 minutes or hop off to sightsee and explore at your own pace.Discover Sydney's highlights including the Sydney Opera House Sydney Harbour Bridge the historic Rocks district and Sydney’s CBD (Central Business District). Hop off the coach to browse the stores in modern shopping areas or grab a bite to eat at the bustling Sydney Fish Market. Stretch your legs as you stroll around the Royal Botanic G
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Sydney Shore Excursion: Sydney and Bondi Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"For great views of Sydney and Bondi while you’re in port in Sydney travel around the city in an open-top double-decker bus. The Sydney and Bondi routes take you around the world's most beautiful harbor past towering skyscrapers iconic buildings like the Sydney Opera House the iron-lace terrace houses of Paddington Double Bay’s millionaires’ mansions and legendary Bondi Beach. Sydney’s year-round climate of blue skies and sunshine makes it the ideal location for an open-top bus ride while in port.You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard both each tour takes approximately 90 minutes and includes interesting on-board commentary. The bus departs every 15 to 20 minutes from each stop and tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use. The tours connect at 100 William Street or Central Station sto
From AUD45.00
 
Australian Museum General Entry Ticket
"Arrive at the Australian Museum at a time that suits you — your ticket is valid anytime the museum is open and includes entrance to the permanent exhibits. Three floors house some of the more than 18 million items in the museum’s collection including priceless fossils and unusual artifacts. The minerals collection alone holds more than 53000 specimens from Australia and abroad.In the Surviving Australia exhibition marvel at massive animals that once roamed Australia including giant wombats and echidnas. See live animals such as a baby freshwater crocodile a python and lizards; then find out how the most dangerous creatures hunt their prey. The Indigenous Australians and Garrigarrang Sea Country exhibits provides an in-depth look at the Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders
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Health on Board

-It is irresponsible and unacceptable that sick people board a cruise ship, as there is nearly no chance of escaping them.This is how the norovirus that made life on board so difficult got onto the...
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Seasons in the Sun

-There were never enough deckchairs to lie in the sun – apart from one day between Vava’u and Rarotonga when we had rain, and in the pouring rain of Suva, as well on the last day in the cool air,...
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Onboard Entertainment, Shops and Spa

-There is more on offer than you can ever do. It started with a welcome party that began long before the ship left port in Auckland. Live music, raffles, and making a conga-line for warming up the...
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Fun with Dick and Jane

-One of those two names is invented, as one of the two people involved never addressed the other one by his name. At least not while we were forced to listen to their dialogues that often evolved into...
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Who has made the worst Cruise Experience?

-You have such and such cruise experts on board who share their cruise experience with novices like us and with other similarly knowledgable passengers. Two such guys, not only rich in cruising...
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The Small-Office Coffee Machines

-Let me tell you of the biggest daily mayhem. That clearly was the coffee and tea counter. There were two such areas, and each of them was fitted with two small-office Nescafé coffee machines that...
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The Masters of Non-Information

- Not only did we not get informed until the last minute that we would not land in Nuku’alofa, and only from the papers on the ship that we we would not land in Niuafo’ou at all. We were also kept in...
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Ignorance or Impertinence: P&O Fooling Passengers

-Although P&O assure you in any moment of the day and night, and in their printed statements as well, of their commitment to best customer service, they have been fooling their passengers with...
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The Cabin Stewards

-These Guys are just for You…… and a Hundred other PeopleThe Cabin Stewards are an incredibly friendly bunch of people, always with a smile on their faces and some nice words on their lips. Every...
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Ship Movement

-Sometimes you think you are used to it. But then the ship starts swaying again, and especially when you are in bed you feel like in a nutshell on the ocean. And we were on an easy cruise in smooth...
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The Extras Shock and Restaurants

-I have spoken of the big personal account shock that can hit you upon checking out, thanks to the magic Cruise Card. Nothing costs a dime while you are onboard, only signature after signature. You...
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First People Encounters

-Having spoken of queueing, queues on the ship are not always the fault of the crew. (Although most are…) They can also be created by indecisive people. For example this couple with the American...
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Transport and Embarkation

-Once we had booked the cruise, everything went forward strategically. The best point, however, was that some weeks before departure we got quite a lot of money back because the prices had obviously...
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The Company

-P&O was founded in 1837, starting with so-called excursions on Royal Mail runs starting in England and travelling to ports of the Iberian peninsula and the Mediterranean.Their ships have got a not...
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Canberra

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Brisbane

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Top Hotels in Australia and Oceania

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22 Central Avenue, Manly, 2095, Australia
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7 Hickson Road, The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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8 Whiteman St, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia
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97 Murray St, Perth, Western Australia, 6000, Australia
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449 Memorial Ave, (formerly Quality Hotel), Christchurch, Christchurch-Canterbury, 1409, New Zealand
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Top Things to Do in Australia and Oceania

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Blue Mountains - Daytrip

The Blue Mountains are a 'must see' when visiting Sydney. Take the train from Sydney Central Station to Katoomba and from there you can board the hop on hop off Tram. As there were quite a few of us...
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Kings Park

Kings Park should be on your definate 'must see' list! With stunning views over Perth, fascinating trees, gorgeous wildflowers, pretty waterfalls and ponds with ducks, variety of bird sounds, peaceful...
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Australian War Memorial

I don’t, as a rule, write reviews on one off events, temporary exhibits at museums, galleries and the like as by their very nature they will invariably have finished or be gone by the time my reader...
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Southbank

Well, not exactly! But as you pass over Goodwill Bridge you can look down on the ships below that are on display at the Maritime Museum and save the $16 admission fee. For those of us who are not...
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Hahndorf

Well everyone else seemed to know about the German village of Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills except yours truely. We went with a tour group but I am told you can easily go by the local bus. Hahndorf...
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Great Ocean Road

If you don't have a car you need to take a tour, most are about AUD 100, slithly cheaper without food, and i have seen a chinese agency having it for AUS 69. The tour i had started quite early (there...
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"NO DOUBT, AUSTRALIA IS A TOP TOURIST DESTINATION"
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