Rydges Camperdown Sydney
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We started the day with a simple breakfast of bacon, eggs and toast from the cafe across the street. We had it "takeaway" so we could eat on the rooftop patio of the apartment building, with a gorgeous view of downtown Sydney, the harbor Bridge and the Opera House. We took the train to Darling Harbor, and upon seeing a sign for the Zoo, bought tickets and went in. It was a really fun zoo with all manner of deadly Australian snakes, bugs, and reptiles. We saw ...
This is the one we all know and love (well, I do). There are fish, there are turtle, there is nudity. What more could you want from a fountain? The musculature and sensual curves revealed by this fountain's naked subjects are often the cause of embarrassed smiles and titters from its first-time visitors - which adds to the pleasure ...
Last day in Sydney :-( I love it here and could quite happily live out here so I'm sad to be leaving soon. I check out of the hostel and then go for a wander around the city. It takes me a while but finally I find my way to the pylon lookout at the Harbour Bridge and the view is really nice - loads cheaper than doing the bridge climb which doesn't actually look that high or challenging so I'm saving my money :-) Spend the ...
... with Financial District and others. The Fashion District comprises 100 blocks of retail and wholesale fashion outlets and sounds like the kind of place to find some bargains!
Since we have to check out and then later, leave for the airport, the hotel owner has agreed to allow us to store our bags for the day and come back for them later. Another traveler is doing the same thing as us because you certainly can't spend a day out and about lugging ...
... was really windy, but the views were gorgeous. It was really neat to walk across the massive structure that had been built by so many hard-working men. It was really impressive. Afterwards, we headed back to clean up, then headed to dinner at Zia Pina, a small Pizzeria on George St, a couple of blocks from the hotel. We ordered the special, and it was very delicious. After that, I was pretty exhausted so I headed to bed, but not before a fun FaceTime chat with my sister. Another great ...