Seasons Darling Harbour
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... harbour is invariably teeming with people – mostly tourists and travellers like ourselves. The view is something special to behold. Not only are the Harbour Bridge and Opera House impressive in themselves, the glittering water and the clear blue skies make for an extraordinary sight. The waterway is a busy thoroughfare of cruise ships, ferries and sailboats so there is a constant buzz about the place.
A brief amble from Circular Quay and ...
... treated the garden like a giant painting. it has become a coveted spot for those who have heard about or chanced upon it, with random benches in quiet spots, secluded paths, and a spectacular view to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The public have always had free access and bird life has begun to reappear. We found a spot in one of the many grottos, spread out a picnic and relaxed for the afternoon. The arches of the train line permit access to the artistic ...
... net behind the boat for anyone who wanted to cool down.
Chris started a daily photo comp with a few of the youngsters, which snowballed, with practically everyone joining in either as a competitor or a judge becoming a daily highlight and very competitive. Other highlights included the ...
... order is now ready, and buzzing like crazy. Food was OK but surroundings dreary. So as a final goodbye to Sydney we decided to walk across the bridge, again we were impressed there are security men at intervals along the walkway. It is fairly noisy as it follows a two lane road and train track. But the views are stunning, when we got to the other side everyone had woken up as it was very busy. The free bus was packed so we took a taxi back to ...
... race at 1pm. Most notably the harbour police racing around the harbour screaming "60 knots - no wash" to all the spectator boats that were speeding. Some even got warnings of "severe fines". Just before the race we joined the crowd of spectators on the beach - we were eye level with the starting point & marvelled at the speed & intertwining of the yachts as they sped around in circles ...