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    Default From Sydney, with love

    Views from the apartment I stayed in Sydney.
    Wish I could own one!





    The apartment itself.






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    nice.. how much per month and what's the location?
    I stayed at darling harbour a few months b with my darling lol

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    look good!

    I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. - Robert Frost quotes (American poet, 1874-1963)

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    Is that world tower?

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    and this is where I stay
    I want something different, it is a wharf
    very interesting

    http://www.tajhotels.com/Luxury/City.../Overview.html

    I am leaving tomorrow morning.
    Enjoy your holiday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indomie
    Is that world tower?
    Yes, you are spot on !
    Meriton World Tower.
    You stayed before?

    The view is so magnificent.
    This apartment is facing North West.
    The better facing will be North East as you will be able to see the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
    But there is nothing to complain.
    To me, it is like a million dollar view !

    Quote Originally Posted by dtrax
    nice.. how much per month and what's the location?
    I stayed at darling harbour a few months b with my darling lol
    Not sure about per month.
    Just staying for a few days.
    Early bird rate Sun - Thur AUD 295, Fri and Sat 695 and 795 respectively.
    The weekend rates are crazy, aren't they!

    Quote Originally Posted by Laguna
    and this is where I stay
    I want something different, it is a wharf
    very interesting

    http://www.tajhotels.com/Luxury/City.../Overview.html

    I am leaving tomorrow morning.
    Enjoy your holiday.
    Enjoy yourself in Melbourne too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttercarp
    Views from the apartment I stayed in Sydney.
    Wish I could own one!

    this one is amazing too!

    Enjoy your hols sister!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttercarp
    Yes, you are spot on !
    Meriton World Tower.
    You stayed before?

    The view is so magnificent.
    This apartment is facing North West.
    The better facing will be North East as you will be able to see the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
    But there is nothing to complain.
    To me, it is like a million dollar view !



    Not sure about per month.
    Just staying for a few days.
    Early bird rate Sun - Thur AUD 295, Fri and Sat 695 and 795 respectively.
    The weekend rates are crazy, aren't they!


    Enjoy yourself in Melbourne too!

    Thanks sis, will probably check that out next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttercarp
    Yes, you are spot on !
    Meriton World Tower.
    You stayed before?

    The view is so magnificent.
    This apartment is facing North West.
    The better facing will be North East as you will be able to see the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
    But there is nothing to complain.
    To me, it is like a million dollar view !



    Not sure about per month.
    Just staying for a few days.
    Early bird rate Sun - Thur AUD 295, Fri and Sat 695 and 795 respectively.
    The weekend rates are crazy, aren't they!


    Enjoy yourself in Melbourne too!
    Few year ago only cost 600k to buy. Now is around 1 mil

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    go for the sky walk and the bridge climb
    I did not take the bridge climb as afraid breaking my knee

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    enjoy yourself buttercarp !!!

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    Stayed at Cove apartments for a few months when I was posted to Sydney.

    It is a high rise modern designer block on Harrington Street, near Shangri-La, the Four Seasons and the Sydney Harbour Marriott. Walked to office every day. Would jog across the bridge to north Sydney and back every evening. Ate dinner at the Rocks every day. Beautiful neighbourhood.

    Your Meriton World Tower is near Chinatown?

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    Australians are quite racists. Dun like the place. Maybe they just don't like foreigners like many of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyenergix
    Australians are quite racists. Dun like the place. Maybe they just don't like foreigners like many of us.
    Now it's singapore's turn. And I can understand.

    One more thing, not Melbourne mate. U will feel like u are in Asia when u walk around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange
    Stayed at Cove apartments for a few months when I was posted to Sydney.

    It is a high rise modern designer block on Harrington Street, near Shangri-La, the Four Seasons and the Sydney Harbour Marriott. Walked to office every day. Would jog across the bridge to north Sydney and back every evening. Ate dinner at the Rocks every day. Beautiful neighbourhood.

    Your Meriton World Tower is near Chinatown?
    Meriton World Tower is a few lanes away from Chinatown.
    It is in a very convenient place as it is within the CBD.
    For this price, it is unbelievable as the hotels which are smaller are more expensive. I think it is perhaps because of the extra high weekend rate help to compensate for the weekdays.



    Quote Originally Posted by hyenergix
    Australians are quite racists. Dun like the place. Maybe they just don't like foreigners like many of us.
    I don't feel like a foreigner at all in Sydney.
    There are so many Chinese and Koreans here.
    Even the shop assistants assume that I am residing here.
    They are very helpful and friendly.

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    I concur, bery bery friendly. One of the most friendly places I have been to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chestnut
    Now it's singapore's turn. And I can understand.

    One more thing, not Melbourne mate. U will feel like u are in Asia when u walk around.
    agree, melbourne is great and asia like...

    enjoy the trip butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovelle
    agree, melbourne is great and asia like...

    enjoy the trip butter


    where she going...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chestnut
    Now it's singapore's turn. And I can understand.

    One more thing, not Melbourne mate. U will feel like u are in Asia when u walk around.
    know what u mean my whole family migrated to melbourne both my sisters plus a few of my cousins uncles and aunts are over there...thats why i LOVE singapore....

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    Quote Originally Posted by radha08
    know what u mean my whole family migrated to melbourne both my sisters plus a few of my cousins uncles and aunts are over there...thats why i LOVE singapore....
    A true bred Singaporean!!!

    Happy Deepavali Bro.


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    Quote Originally Posted by radha08
    where she going...
    Hi bro, just Sydney only.
    Melbourne, I will save for next time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chestnut
    A true bred Singaporean!!!

    Happy Deepavali Bro.

    hey thanks bro...i feel like i am deep in the valley...

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttercarp
    Hi bro, just Sydney only.
    Melbourne, I will save for next time.

    oh wow..ok njoy...thanks for the sparklee wishes....

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    bro. deep ahhhh very

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    Me, in melbourne now
    the highest temp reached 47.6, and in summer 36-18 is rather a norm, so just wonder, how can it be the most liveable city in the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laguna
    Me, in melbourne now
    the highest temp reached 47.6, and in summer 36-18 is rather a norm, so just wonder, how can it be the most liveable city in the world
    the temp in melbourne is scaring hot day cold nights...just like a womans moods....

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