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Dinner Night at Amore Ristorante in the City Hosted by: Michael Date: Wednesday March 27th at 7PM Please arrive on time. NOTE: Average main meal price =$25 - 30 plus drinks etc ***Please bring CASH so we can settle the bill without a fuss please Venue: Amore Ristorante at Club York - 95-99 York St, Sydney CBD (Please look for Michael and the group and our Baby Boomers Sydney table signs) Michael's number is[masked] if you need directions. ***NB Please give Michael a gold coin(s) for organizing this event. About This Place: Many of Sydney’s restaurants have heavily Italian influenced menus, but it’s hard to know where to find the kind of food Nona would approve of. We are talking plentiful helpings of handmade lasagne, gnocchi, authentic Italian pizza, calzone and focaccias along with melt in the mouth flavourful prosciutto, mozzarella, juicy olives and fresh seafood. These classic, affordable red-sauce and pizza places are getting harder to find. No Fake Bookings!!! Late cancellations and halfhearted idiot bookings will not be tollerated, you will be deleted. How To Get There: Club York is next to the QVB and Town Hall Station, nearest cross treet is Market Street
La Perouse History and the Henry Head Telegraph Station Walk Walk the area where both the English and French landed back in 1788 Only $20 per person - please pay at the start of the walk Date: Saturday April 13th at 12.45PM for a 1PM Start walk goes to (approx) 3.15PM Starting Point: Outside The Boatshed Café 1609 Anzac Parade - 12.45PM for a 1PM start. If you think you can't see our group, please call me on[masked] so I can wave to you where we are. About This Walk: We will be seeing the location where both the first fleet and where the French landed in January 1788. There is a lot of interesting walk tracks in the area and we'll be getting a glimpse of what things were like during the early days of settlement on Australia. Along this walk we'll be stopping at a several spots and taking in the views. You will need some good walking shoes. After the walk concludes (About 3.15PM-ish) we'll convene at a lovely café in the area to continue conversation and networking. ***Please bring your cameras, wear comfortable walking footwear, bring a hat, and have some water in your carry bag to drink. Nearest Transport: Almost all the buses (394 etc) to get there leave from Circular Quay and clearly have "La Perouse" marked on them. As La Perouse is the last stop. You can also get a La Perouse bus as they go past the Museum Rail Station CNR of Liverpool and Elizabeth Sts (that's next to Hyde Park).