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... scope a trip to Manley Beaches and take a look at the Opera House. The whole collection of things to see was as great as we remembered but dampened by the constant rain. When we got to the Opera House Tom saw they were showing Don Giovanni the following evening. We managed to get tickets for Q 10-13- result. We did a tour as well and that significantly decreased the price to less the 33%- top tip.
We were all really tired in Sydney so ...
... a beautiful breakfast (will attach photo) while watching the mass of runners stream past. Then a walk out along the southern beaches and cliffs to Tamarama - Amazing scenery.
Now back in our room and relaxing - We have an amazing view from northern Bondi on a second story building with sunroom and balcony looking out over a vista of Bondi beach.
The plan from here is to relax (probably sleep too) for the afternoon then grab some early dinner ...
... 8217;t going either. Oh dear – what was our Plan C? Buses had been put on to take passengers instead so we caught the bus. Whew – we finally got to Circular Quay in time to walk to the Opera House for the 3.30pm tour.
What a wonderful tour where we got to sit in the auditoriums, go down to the basement, where the sets and props are kept, as well as watch the stage crew setting up the stage for an
opera opening soon. ...
... a real quirky film starring Ralph Fienes and a whole heap of others that I 'm too tired too remember but a film worth watching. The next movie was 300 Rise of an Empire a truly ****** movie with a cast of thousands and with a million litres of fake blood. Five hours in and while the A380 is a great, reasonably quiet plane its not a nice thought to know we have another seven hours to ...
... leggo' with our grandkids and playing games, watching them ride their bikes and power scooter, then we were told to ' be dressed in casual clothes, comfortable shoes for walking and ready to leave at 16.55hrs".
Two trains later and we are standing at Circular Quay, looking at the light display Sydney puts on at the beginning of winter, called 'Vivid', awesome is the word to describe it, the Opera House Sails lit ...