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... there another suggsted that we find nearby Beare Park. And there we were. 4 pm...8 hours to go and a brilliant view of Sydney Harbour Bridge and nobody else there! We got there easily on the train and what's more we could have got there much later and still got a good spot.
Bettychu had a stall in the park . She has won an award for The Louis Vuitton World City Guide's Best Vietnamese Street Food in Sydney. So we had Tiger Prawn and Green Mango Rice Paper ...
... par 3 were unnerved by the caddies rolling on by. As we reached Rose Bay, Poppy was waiting at the junction to turn into our road, so pulled over to pick us up. Making our way straight into the City to drop Pia off to her mum to see a show at the Sydney Opera House. By Anna's workplace we jumped out of the car for a coffee at Utopia, to wait for Poppy to park up and do her hand over and return to the folds of her own family. Strolling back with Jasper she ...
... over for a chat. We had decided that we would head to the city in the afternoon and then Hannah had the genius idea to get the ferry from Manly so we caught one around lunchtime. It was a great way to see the city and the ferry docked in the harbour right by the Opera House. Those who have seen some of my photos will note the excessive amount I took of the Opera House, sorry but I'm not sorry! It was beautiful, I have to admit the minute I arrived in Sydney I was already ...
... rates. Also, getting to an airport instead of a city centre can often avoid tolls and the usual city centre congestion and confusion. So, if it’s cheap and easy to get from the airport to your city destination then it is worth considering.
From the airport we got a train into the city centre and did the short wlak to our hostel (Base Sydney) to check in and sleep.
J & N
Cloudy and ...
... chips”. The owner is lamenting the cool weather, which he explains is unusual at this time of year. While we are enjoying our repast, he closes the restaurant.
“There’s no business. I may as well let my staff go home.”
We return to Sydney on the ferry, arriving at the city centre at night. The view is stunning. We are seeing one of ...