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Sydney Opera House & Harbour Bridge

A travel blog entry by mad-marlin


Bay Area Walk 28.2.10

The Sydney Opera House & Harbour Bridge is one of the most well known sights in the world, without a doubt. Today we decided to walk to in and around Sydney Harbour Bay to see for ourselves the sights and take in the atmosphere.

We walked our way through the various parks and streets from our hotel to get …

Sydney Mardi Gras 2010

A travel blog entry by mad-marlin


Saturday Night and we are in Sydney and its Mardi Gras parade tonight. We have to go and see as its one of the things to see before you die and we wanted to go.

Up on to Oxford Street and we cruise for a bit looking for any pubs open, but the only ones working are full and pumping out duff duff noise. Most of the street has been barriered …

Sydney's Temporary Contemporariness

A travel blog entry by escapetherace

This is a top pick!

7/4/04 After our stint of campervanning in the mountains we arrived in Sydney ready for some hardcore big city action. Our taxi dropped us outside the Altamont Hotel on the Darlinghurst Road, booked through an excellent website called wotif.com, that sells cheap last-minute hotel rooms among other things, with our mod-room with all mod-cons setting …

The Day I've Been Waiting For

A travel blog entry by cycamps


Today was by far the day I was most looking forward to with this trip. I would finally be able to see the bridge and opera house; two landmarks known around the world. After only 4 hours of sleep from the night before, we awoke to Paul's dogs barking, ready for their morning walk. Once we got some coffee in our system, and after a quick FaceTime call to Tony, we were off.
The traffic heading into the city was pretty bad, slowing us down quite a ...

Sunday Strolling

A travel blog entry by winebuff

... bar on her, let alone one blasting some type of nauseating sound that some people might pretend to be a form of music. She really, really had to be hungry since we were so near all of the Chinatown restaurants. Anyway, we ended up at Scary Canary and devoured some fish & chips and for me, some angus steak, plus a jug of beer. In the future perhaps, I'll have freer licence to dine in more dubious ...

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