Sydney, love at first glance

Sydney Opera house

A flight of nearly 30 hours from home (Oslo, Norway) to Sydney is well worth it. We were exhausted when we arrived in Sydney and excited to be here. So we started to walk from our hotel, through Hyde park, along the sea and botanic garden to Sydney Opera house. It was a beautiful trip through the parks. And I must tell you, it was love at first glance. So beautiful town, old and new buildings surrounded with beautiful nature.

Second day, start knowing our new love

We slept 11 hours because we were exhausted after the flight and our first walk in Sydney. So the start of day two was a bit lazy.
But after a good breakfast, we started to walk down Elizabeth street. First, we went to the library, a beautiful old building. Worth a visit. Then we went down to Circular Quay where we got a ticket with Ferry to Kirribilli.
We went off to Kirribilli and walked to Bradfield Park. We ate dinner at Milson’s point in an Italian restaurant. Then we went over the Sydney harbor bridge on the way back. Sydney bridge opened in 1932. It is the world’s eighth-longest bridge.

After the walk over the bridge, we went through the Rocks. A plase of shopping and restaurants, before we went back to the hotel. The weather was rainy today, but our walk was fantastic. So we are still in love with this beautiful city and look forward to knowing her better tomorrow.

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