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48 Hours In Sydney (Part 1)

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Of course there is not enough time in this tantalizing city, but Vandana Mohindra points out the main sights

Sydney is one of the most beautiful places in the world. A glimpse from the air reveals sparkling sails of the Opera House (Opera House), the Harbour Bridge and the channels create an incomparable Sydney. In this aerial beach picture, glasses and chromes fly high, marking the center business city (or CBD) of shopping area.

the Opera House (Opera House)

The Opera House (Opera House)

This is the first city of Australia achieve the impossible by combining the energy of a capital city (the world's leading restaurants and rich creative environment) with the wonders of the great outdoor activities (full of surfer beaches and walking roads along the beach). The city has transformed itself several times - from its mysterious beginning in Aboriginal Dreamtime as the hometown of 3000 Eora and Darug people (who were killed by guns and smallpox of colonialists), till the years as harsh border colony, the gold hunt in the 1850s and the re-define moment when organizing Olympics 2000. Two days in this city will only stimulate your envious to want more, in this great gate leading to Land Down Under (Australia).

Determining the direction

Most activities are in the CBD of Sydney, which expands from the Circular Quay harbor to Central Station and from Royal Botanic Gardens to Darling Harbour. The CBD center is your first stop - a copper top of Sydney Tower, where offers a 360 degree view of the city (adult ticket is $12.50 / child ticket is $7.50 if you book in sydneytowereye.com.au of). At the height of 305 meters (or 1,474 steps if you're brave enough), this is the highest architectural of the city with a revolving restaurant (Sydney tower restaurant.com) and 1 Skywalk, including tie you with a safety equipment and move through the sidewalk on the outside of the tower (www.skywalk.com.au)

The position determination, in terms of culture, is a bit more difficult; if you can speak Australian slang from "sickies" (sick leave) to "U-ies" (U-Turn) and "brumbies" (wild horses),"blueys "(Australian shepherd dog called blue heeler) - and singing the "Waltzing Maltida", you will be comfortable like at home. Good for you.

Sydney CBD

Sydney CBD

Circular Quay

Been called Semi Circular Quay, this is the pier central of Sydney - the house of Opera House and the departure of ferries. Despite being a tourist harbor, this harbor still has the uniqueness and has many tourists, locals and street artists. Do not miss the opportunity to set foot on Writers' Walk - where has dedicated sentences of everyone from Darwin to Germaine Greer and Nevil Shute. Do not miss the ferry of the harbor (adult ticket is $5.60; www.sydneyferries.info), because the most beautiful views of the bridge and Opera House is from the water.

Writers' Walk, Circular Quay

Writers' Walk, Circular Quay

Marine enthusiasts should climb on board of the Southern Swan, a 1850s wooden high boat. If the crew acts like pirate, they look like Captain Jack Sparrow - the 1 hours 15 minutes "Afternoon Tall Ship Discovery Cruise" trip is perfect for those do not have much time ($45/adult; $19 for children; www.sydneytallships.com.au) but also have a lot of other things. Delicious cooking restaurants are located in the eastern corridor of the harbor, while the foreign terminal is located in the west to catch the giant ships that made the ferry, yachts, sailing boat and motor boat look so small. Harbour Bridge Climb with the highest point of 134m is unforgettable road to experience the bridge in 1932, which is called intimately Coat Hanger (ticket price is $188-298; www.bridgeclimb.com)

 

Harbour Bridge Climb

Harbour Bridge Climb

The Rocks

Circular Quay is also the landing place of the first British fleet in "Sydney Cove". There is just a few things of this infamous period remain except for the Rocks alleys, the historic city and the place for the restaurants and weekend souvenir markets and crafts (www.therocks.com ). Named after the jagged cliffs that cover on a maze of slums, this area is opposite to the Museum of Contemporary Art (open daily, free check-in; mca.com.au), in 137 George Street there is one tested precious jewel - Fortune of War pub (fortuneofwar.com.au) has Robber's Dogs Jazz Band playing clarinet, double bass, banjo and washboard every Sunday afternoon.

 

The Rocks

The Rocks

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