Gardenia Motor Inn
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... breakfast at Gusto, and one last swim in the surf. The water was cold and snapped us out of our end of days depression. We're plunging back into routine already, we've been car shopping as the Internet allows, Emma has appointments with hair people, teeth people and family people. I've been tapping away blogs, catching up before the detail is gone. We're digging out our socks, and fleeces, and passports. It's really here, already. We were going home and we're excited to be. ...
... There was an exhibition of Lynley Dodd's artwork (she wrote and illustrated Hairy Macleary of Donaldson's Dairy). We also looked at a small eclectic exhibition including Matthew Flinder's hat, socks sent to a soldier in WWI and the note from the little boy who knitted the socks, and the traveling medicine kit of the Macquarie family. After the heat of the day in the Botanical Gardens, the freezing airconditioning was a hit too! Then ...
Up early and off timbre zoo after breakfast. Got the ferry there from Circular Quay, only took 12 minutes, then got on a gondola to the top. See all the animals you would expect and a few models of dinosaurs. Was there for a couple of hours, it was a good zoo but the animals all looked to hot. Visited the Zoo Shop!!!!!! Then got the ferry back. Walked up Pitt Street after visiting another shop to buy a small bag, so we could spread our load. Walked back to the quay to Wolfies ...
... down from the Opera House. We then headed to the Opera House for lots of pictures. We asked a fellow to take our picture with the bridge in the background. Little did we know this would awaken a blooming professional photographer. We laughed so hard, as did his wife as he would move close to us, back away, tell us to move over here for better shot etc. He even told us they would be good pictures as they looked good through the finder. ...
... best viewing spots (we heard a number of people doing the same as us) having a plan is crucial. We identified 5 spots with a "if all else fails" back-up plan. Chris is going to have to get his running shoes out for the 2km dash when the gates open! We may have to have a dress rehearsal with timings! On our way home we saw many Eastern water dragon lizards and a few wild brush turkeys that escaped the Christmas ...