Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
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We then got on a plane to go to Australia. This was a 29 hour flight with stops in Paris, Amsterdam, and Guangzhou. Once again we fell asleep on the plane keeping us well rested for our trip. Once we arrived in Australia, our first location to visit was St. Mary’s Cathedral. This is a Catholic Cathedral in the center of Sydney, part of the Christian universalizing religion (actively seeking converts and is applicable to anyone). It was completed 100 years after ...
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... many things about Australia's history.
- Botanic Gardens (free entry) and The Domain
- Hyde Park --> lots of things happen here. The time I was in Sydney there was a Night Noodles Market.
- Sydney Tower --> you can go up to the observatory deck for 17 euro approx. Nice views.
- Darling Harbour --> great idea to spend the day at ...
... brass, concrete and stone
History: Dedicated to the memory of Sir Leslie Morshead who was a prominent Australian and veteran of World War One and World War Two.
Best viewed from: Any angle
Of interest nearby: State Library of NSW, Botanic Gardens, The Conservatorium of ...
... It gets so hot that light reflected off of glass can spark flames. Drove on Sydney Harbor Bridge. Driver said even though it has 8 lanes, two lanes from various angles have to merge and get in correct Lane so always a backup. Think Fort Pitt Bridge x more lanes and more traffic. Besides the two train tracks, there is a bike lane on one side and a walking lane on the other. It takes a team a year to paint the entire bridge then it is time to begin again. ...