Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Crown Street
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... pizza and we ate it all. I blame the fact, not that I'm a piggie but the fact it was a really thin crust pizza, so it didn't fill me up. We were laughing about it because he was like you're tiny but you've just eaten so much. We both did eye up the dessert menu but the desserts were poor, only 3 to chose from so went went to get an ice-cream from this amazing gelato place but we stopped in a bar on the way and by the time we left the bar it had been long closed. ...
... which was just down the street. Centennial Park is a very large park in a residential setting. It was crowded with people cycling, running, walking, and horse back riding. There are designated bike trails throughout the park. There are well manicured flower gardens even though this is Fall. Centennial Park is a popular attraction in Sydney.
After completing our ride we headed back to the Central Business District to have ...
Spent the day wandering around Sydney Harbour - took many photos of the bridge and the opera house. Being Easter Monday it was very busy int the harbour area, lots of buskers. Got away from the bustle with a walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens and the grounds of Government House.
The surprise for us is that the opera house isn't white, as it seems to be on photos - it's sails ...
... has been wondrous but it’ll be lovely to finally escape civilisation and get to the middle of nowhere, the prospect of some real headspace and being able to see the stars above our heads is exciting us all. If you’ve read this far I am massively impressed for this is far longer than any piece of coursework I’ve ever done and really, not that much terrifically exciting has happened but if you have read I am greatly appreciative and I hope you’ve enjoyed it. ...
... site of the tourist train that does half hour rides around the gardens and this time she was not to be dissuaded therefore a slightly later than planned ferry was caught back across to Manly. At the wharf we were greeted by the smell of food stalls which had set up just opposite so we got a selection of food and sat at a bench overlooking the beach. Dinner with a view it most certainly was. ...