Metro Apartments On Darling Harbour
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Atp Sydney - I went to the tennis whilst I was there and got in for the student rate of 22 dollars which for 4 matches was good value. I got to see Juan Martin Del potro, Bernard Tomic, Agnesia Radwanska, Samantha Stosur and Petra Kvitova so this was good!
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... of the City.
I got my Opal Card, charged it with 20 $ and took the light rail into town. While on the train, the fish market drew my attention and I thought I should have a look. This large hall had plenty of stalls with fresh fish, octopus and any sort of strange sea animals.
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