Travel Blogs from Sydney
... goes to Circular Quay. From there it wasn’t too far to walk over the
Harbour Bridge. It was a good chance to get photos from above the Carnival
Spirit. Quite a few brave souls were doing the Bridge Climb above us and there
were heaps of joggers sweating their way across the bridge and back during
their lunch hours. From here we found a lunch spot at a German Beer pub.
... was so friendly, after one month in China, I forgot how it is to be welcomed.
He gave me a free upgrade to a bigger room and I could go in the room immediately because I was so tired.
After some sleep and warm shower I was excited to explore the city.
I walked outside and I was smiling all my journey.
I still can't explain how the air felt, but I loved it. It was so fresh and felt like a sea breeze. The sun was shining the entire day! First I stopped ...
... from the market so decided we should check it out. We ended up sitting next to another German, who had lived and worked in Australia for 40years, he was happy to give us recommendations of what to do and where to avoid. After a couple of german beers we walked towards the Opera house, by this stage it was dark and the Opera house and the Harbour bridge were light up, it was really pretty to see in that light and so decided to have a drink ...
We got to Sydney in the afternoon, we went on a tour around the city so we could get to know what was where and things to do. We then went out to some bars to celebrate one of the girls. We went to a margarita like jimmy buffet bar/restraunt where there was a live band right by the water. It was great! We then walked back closer to the hotel where we found a bar that had a love band and dancing.. We all had a ...
... when the entire space is turned into a gallery with 33 featured international artists, it's like visiting the Louvre.
The infrastructure of the island still stands from its convict days to the ship-building era of the late 1800s, and every inch is made use of. An open air prison yard was pumped with loud war-like recordings, at the end of a ship-long hall was a massive screen with video of a waterfall, a warehouse was filled with ...