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... the end where the Opera house is and went inside its pretty cool! The design looks awesome but Odetta said the acoustics are awful which is crazy to think about as you’d think this amazing landmark would have it all! It was getting hotter and hotter and hotter out, which when coming from Winnipeg is awesome but a little hard to adjust! I wanted to throw myself into that beautiful water! We walked back along the way sightseeing on the way to hit up a few more ...
... of Coach's former CEO and both Peter and Jenni learned that you must never carry anything but a Coach bag at Coach HQ (duh, right?).
Our first night in Sydney, we walked along the harbour (see, it sounds cooler to write in the Queen's English!) toward Circular Quay and the Opera House. It so happened that they were doing a special event that night and projected a concert by the Vienna Symphony on the "sails" of the Opera House. It was of course sponsored by the ...
... circus group apparently, every hour and had things from old circuses up to costumes borrowed from the Cirque du Soleil. It was great fun, even though it was aimed at kids. I even got to go on the carousel, I was the only "grown up" without a child :P The rest of the museum was interesting too. There was a huge display of shoes though the ages in one part and jewellery in another. This was my kind of museum!
... I am amazed at all the public park space here. So many free spaces that are just stunningly beautiful. I took a short walk through the botanical gardens which are totally and completely free!!! (I think I may have found my paradise)
Then I walked onto the opera house and bridge. The Opera house by itself is just amazing. It sits high up overlooking the harbour. I never knew the Opera house was ...
We repeated the journey that we started last week which was thwarted by the hostage siege. Thankfully much calmer this week. We explored the historic Rocks area where the convicts built houses. Muchof this was knocked down for the Sydney bridge when it was built or was cleared as it was considered a slum. Some historic houses remain ...