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... which only took about 10 minutes. Our flight left at 10:30 (on time!), but was bumpy the whole way to Sydney. Just as B was starting to feel really sick (G was fine, of course :p) we began to descend for our landing. We'd just touched down when all of sudden the plane sped up and took off again! B swore really loudly and a few other people on the plane looked a bit worried too! Apparently the plane had come in to land, but the plane that was meant to take off before it ...
... Back-end of Cook and Phillip Park, beside St Mary's
History: It was commissioned for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games
Best viewed from: All over.
Of interest nearby: William Street, Kings Cross, Darlinghurst, St Vincent's hospital, Oxford Street, Museum Station, St Mary's Cathedral, the Art Gallery of NSW, The Domain
... the dark corridors with a candle his only light. It was magical. It was so worth the €9 for the experience. Stopped on way back to bus for a drink and photo with the colorful cows. As we don't have wifi working at our place we grabbed free wifi waiting for the train from Rennes to Paris. Have to say the trains are brilliant. On time, fast and so smooth. I want a castle in Winmalee. The amount of villages we saw on the way back on the train who have their ...
... Dinner. It was at a very old pub called the "Hero of Waterloo" in an area called "Millers Point" that is adjacent to the oldest part of Sydney, "The Rocks". The restaurant is one of two pubs in the area that claim to be the oldest in the city (the other is called "The Fortune of War" and is on George Street in "The Rocks.") The food was terrific, and we had a ...