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We arrived Sydney without incident! We have been walking and walking and hiking. The Bridge, the Rocks, our neighborhood, the ANZAC Memorial, 3 Museums (to be named later), the Blue Mountain(Katoomba to Leura). Hopefully a few photos will come over.
... houses (in the ballpark of AUD40-90M) owned by really rich people.
We finished our tour of the largest natural harbor in the world (with 160 miles of shoreline) by opening the sails and enjoying some cheesecake on waffle crackers and grapes.
We ended our day with dinner at Four in Hand in Paddington. We had read online that the attire was business casual, but as we pulled up, it looked more like a corner pub with people dressed in shorts and t-shirts. We all doubted ...
... scales given that Alyssa got to go horseback riding -- McDonald's being to her the ultimate treat). Right near where Google said the Target should be we saw a sign for a food court, so the girls and I made our way there while Jonathan scouted out the Target location. There wasn't much to the food court -- just a couple of sad little Chinese-inspired vendors -- but Lorelei was happy to get rice and vegetables and juice.
We then ...
... the hostel to get ready for New Years . What was I doing for New Years ?! Sleeping on the streets . We were planning to go to the best spot for NYE which you had to queue up for , the gates opened at 10am and we were there at 10.30pm ready we were in the top 200 to get in first mostly us and Asians so confident of a good spot . Was a tough night but enjoyable spent night dancing drinking just messing around until trying to sleep on floor but got through it . ...
... br> We had actually considered spending New Year in Sydney as long ago as September, but when we had looked for accommodation there wasn't much available and most places wanted a minimum of a 7 or even a 14 night stay. We had put the idea on hold, but as we got closer to New Year it just worked out that we would be pretty close to Sydney anyway. We had another look at accommodation when we were in the hotel at Christmas, and found a place in a 10-bed dorm from the ...