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    Default Decent cheaper places to stay in sydney?

    As the title says I want to find a nice place to stay at a decent price. Any suggestions?
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    Are you planning on staying in the city?

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    Im thinking of driving so ill have my car.. All the placea I want to go will be around or near the city.. But if its going to save me some money I dont mind where

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    Look up Meriton or oaks hotels because they have self contained apartments at a reasonable price.

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    Great thanks

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    Meriton apartments are great and cheap for what you get. We normally stay there. Try the websites

    www.wotif.com.au
    www.needitnow.com

    They list room availability at hotels in and around sydney for good prices.

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    Try AirBNB....

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    Stupid question would you class s child under.3 as a guest? He will prob just need a stretcher

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    Also.. I have a car and want to go to things like musium... Zoo.. Aquarium.. Where can I stay just out of the cbd

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