Carlingford Serviced Apartments
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... Thanks to John Bailey who gave Tony the multi tool in the first place, we were called in for trying to smuggle dangerous goods. Dinner was excellent. The ship is really rocking the seas a bit rough it is overcast. Sail away was excellent leaving the port passing the Opera House was an amazing ...
... They would actually measure the sizes of the bikinis and kick those sassy ladies off the beach with the itty bitty (yellow polkadot) bikinis. Not that way now.
On through the tour, we stopped at the Sydney Opera House for a one hour tour of the building. Many are not aware that the theatre inside are actually several theaters inside the sails. The Opera and Symphony theaters and two playhouses in the lower area. There is also ...
There’s even a Lego model of the Opera House you can buy.
Two out of three people in the world recognize the Sydney Opera House.
Then we stopped for a small lunch. Fruit and yogurt (1 tablespoon of yogurt) salad, a (not very good) Panini and a James Boag’s Premium Light beer from Tasmania were only $40. But we were on the shore of Sydney harbor, right by the Opera House, so damn the expense!
Next we went to visit the ...
... you go up and down. We also had a little train ride after a quick sandwich stop at the cafe. It was a great couple of hours watching elephants, giraffes and seals. You get great views looking back to the city. We got back on the ferry to go to Manley Island where we paddled along the beach and had a cool drink more or less on the beach! We then got back on the ferry after a sneaky visit to Aldi, and back to the hotel. We went back to the sky tower for dinner which ...
Holy cow my feet hurt! Where didn't I go today?
I started off heading down to Darling harbour. Basically a pedestrian walkway. The aquarium was there and lots of restaurants. I ate lunch down here and took in the views of the harbour. From there I walked down towards the bridge and The Rocks. I walked through yet another beautiful park across the harbour from the Opera House then onto The Rocks. The rocks was one of the first settlements in ...