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Readers: 28780
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Articles: 48
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My WeekendNotes - 48
Well, well, well. What can I say about this wonderful little gem I found in Prague! Strolling around this gorgeous c... [more]
Gee it has been a pretty hard slog trying to find a decent cup of coffee in the UK. There is a new little local place, a... [more]
How can an engineer that worked on the London underground and ex teacher, create the most delicious gluten free desserts... [more]
From Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Salma Hayek, Chris Rock and David Spade, what can I say, apart from there should nev... [more]
The Purple Moose isn't a cocktail, but, it does mix a mean drink of black ground coffee beans and milk to make a fabulou... [more]
Walking through the dimly lit entrance of The Gay Bar on Oxford Street, hanging from the ceilings were multiple strings ... [more]
Walking through the streets of Sydney from Wynyard Station, just across from the Forbes pub and diagonally from Josephin... [more]
In the dark and dim basement of the Chambers at Martin Place, sits a mystical bar call The Spice Cellar where Author Jef... [more]
30/07/2013
In the heart of the little village we call Erskineville sits Bakerman, a quaint but trendy café. Sunny forecourt, com... [more]
Teru Cafe in Glebe was a pleasant surprise. Mother's Day this year, my husband and daughter wanted to take me out for b... [more]
I have to say, never judge one franchise when one may not be a place you would return to, the other may thrive and actua... [more]
Deliverance is here and so are the excellent Gluten Free dinners in Mortlake – Wow wee!! I have to share this wonderful ... [more]
Jazz it up on a Wednesday night and get rid of the 'hump day' blues with some JAZZ! Perhaps, sit around an old European... [more]
Barbara is an amazing story of a woman going through a life of punishment in East Germany during the cold war. This... [more]
Why has this eight month old bakery been kept a secret for 7 ˝ months? I do wonder. Here I am, like many, many others ... [more]
P is for PERFECTION at Mrs P's café in Burwood, a beautifully decorated and quaint little café is situated on George and... [more]
Have you ever been in so much pain for such a long time that it becomes a part of your everyday normal life? You can't ... [more]
The ever so quaint village of Summer Hill holds the ultimate place to have a good meal, great service, one of the best c... [more]
Lindt Chocolate Cafe, and why not. Shopping in Sydney and sick of the crowds in the new mall? Wonder down towards the ... [more]
Buy me a pith hat, put on some old music and show me some antique books. With a great cup of coffee and some good frien... [more]
A 50th birthday celebration for a dear, dear friend had 8 adults drive to Milton Park Country Hotel in Bowral for a week... [more]
Need plants, pots, fertilizer or just a cup of coffee and peaceful place to sit? Flower Power Enfield is in a prime loc... [more]
The Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney is something everybody writes about and is a place that deserves to be written about... [more]
Civic Park in North Sydney is such a pretty spot to have a picnic lunch with colleagues, a place for kids to play or eve... [more]
Legendary Giacomo Pucini's Madame Butterfly is playing at the Sydney Opera House, with very talented opera singers in th... [more]
20/09/2012 - 01/11/2012
Where in North Sydney can one get a takeaway coffee for $3.00 or a dine in for $3.20? BitterSweet Catery is where. Thi... [more]
The purest of pure gelato, the way the good lord intended!! Such a divine place. The Pure Gelato Factory in Croydon Pa... [more]
Brunch on a Sunday morning is always what the hangover doctor ordered. True friends know exactly how you feel so they c... [more]
Going to Luddenham from Penrith, I drove past a little homestead on Mamre Road, Orchard Hills. Mamre Homestead, an old c... [more]
By now, I am sure we are all aware of my love of coffee and cakes. Penrith Westfield's, was previously known as the qua... [more]
The Everglades in Leura, beautiful scenic gardens, the perfect spot for a romantic picnic, a walk, time with the kids, s... [more]
Did the Mad Hatter go to Paris? No, he went to Newtown. Fabulous Café C, right in the heart of Newtown, where it is tr... [more]
Do you remember the old Arnott's Biscuits factory that was located in North Strathfield? The one that always smelt like... [more]
Blackheath was once home to the European settlers in Australia, named by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1815 after the co... [more]
Far be it from me to complain about having to find things to do and see with the kids when they're home on school holida... [more]
Do you want to relax, unwind and just be? I really did. I was lucky enough to know someone who knows someone that happ... [more]
One may ask how a community comes together for a night of fun and entertainment. Whether big or small, busy or not, the... [more]
07/09/2012 - 30/09/2012
Have you ever strolled or ridden along the Homebush to Mascot trail? I had heard about it and did look it up but wasn't... [more]
As a parent, it isn't always easy to connect with your teenage children. As a mother, it is very, very difficult to con... [more]
WellCo is short for well connected, and well connected they are. The wall of fame consists of photographs of their cele... [more]
You don't have to go to Venice (even though we all wish we could), to pick up a beautiful Venetian mask. On the corner ... [more]
Bar Nosh is top notch! A great Modern Australian Restaurant with a taste of Italy to compliment the feel of being in Eu... [more]
Leichhardt is famous for the restaurants and cafés that live in the Italian Forum, but what about those that don't? ... [more]
Taking a walk on my lunch break,I decided to go down Lavender Street from North Sydney. The old building, which happened... [more]
It really was a case of Homos and Tabuli versus Napolitana and Bolognese. A fabulous restaurant in Mortlake, just a t... [more]
Café Opera at the Intercontinental Hotel offers an amazing seafood buffet. Deadliest catch crabs, prawns, lobster, yabb... [more]
The Rocks Market Saturday stalls come alive with tourists buzzing, food cooking and a few zany, possibly unheard of 'thi... [more]
An amazing array of colours, voices that reached highs and lows, and beautiful costumes all under one roof. The Oper... [more]
17/07/2012 - 13/10/2012