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... tunnels that went right through the tanks holding the sharks, rays and fish so they would swim right past and over us. As a grey nurse shark swam by, I could see the ridges on each of his teeth and was very glad for the glass between me and him. I've scuba dived with nurse sharks around me before, but I hope to never be that close to one when I'm actually diving with them. After the Aquarium we strolled down the Harbour and went to the Bluebird restaurant. The food and ...
... s always time to be in an even bigger hurry when I'm done.
What I called it : State Library fountain
Official name: Morshead Fountain
Designer: Credited to Woodward, Taranto and Wallace
Year opened: 1966
Location: Shakespeare Place, Sydney
... Quays to have a look at the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour bridge. We walked back the scenic route home walking by the harbour though the botanical gardens. Day 2 - We did a free Walking Tour, it was 3 hours long but we managed to walk about half the length of Sydney. We weren't all that impressed with all of their 'old' buildings as old for them means a 100 years old! But it was really good. When the tour was done we went up onto Harbour Bridge ...
... stayed in and with an en-suite. The kitchen was 'fully equipped' instead of just pretending to be - no having to share 1 spoon or saucepan between 20 here - and spotlessly clean, it also had a roof terrace with a perfect view of the harbour and AND the whole building is constructed around an archaeological dig. I was a very happy bunny.
I couldn't be bothered to cook on my first evening in town so courtesy of my dear ...
... with a threat of rain. We decide to start our museum visits after breakfast. We are within easy walking distance of the Australian Museum, and spend a fascinating morning.
When we exit, the sky has cleared and we decide to take the ferry to Parramatta. It’s like taking a harbor cruise, the only difference being that there is no commentary, and the fare for the ...