Articles with tag: Uritsk Andrey

Early in the morning of January 15, our cruise ship moored at Sydney terminal, located near the famous bridge exactly opposite the Sydney Opera House. Ah, it seems like I arrived here only yesterday - on the last day of 2010! And today, my journey is coming to its end also in Sydney. The...
Let's continue our Tour Of Sydney Harbor! The sea, yachts, the sun - what a beauty! I was so sleepy after 27 hours of flight - so it's time to cheer up. I left my clothes and backpack - and dived! Weariness vanished as if by magic! :) And now - let's go on the ocean beach,...
My first acquaintance with Australia that lived in my mind's eye happened in the getting down plane. If you look through the window, it looks like the entire country is spread before your eyes: the bright blue of the harbor, indented coastline, spectacular outlines of houses. Then you see the...
Perhaps, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the main dominant of the city. Late in the afternoon on December 31, it will be closed for pedestrians, so it's time to visit it now, when it's still enough time before the New Year 2011 (New Year in Sydney). The Sydney Harbour Bridge is...
After admiring the Blue Mountains (Australia. Blue Mountains. Jenolan Caves. P.1), we arrived to the Jenolan Caves. The Jenolan Caves are a sequence of 300 caverns on the slopes of hills at the outskirts of The Kanangra-Boyd National Park. In the 1830s, they served...
When I was thrashing out variants of independent tours of Sydney and its surroundings, first of all, I noted the Blue Mountains as the places that is interesting and, most importantly, that is realistic to be visited during a day trip from Sydney. And taking into account...
I spent several hours wandering around the city (Sydney) in search of place to spend the New Year and watch fireworks - all the most popular places (the promenade in front of the Opera House , waterfront of the Botanic Garden, Mrs. Macquarie's chair, Circular Quay, as well as...
When the weather is good, one must stand a looong queue to get to the Eiffel Tower. However, it is possible to avoid the queues. For that, one will have to get up very early in the morning (when there’s no crowd of tourists). Moreover, the tower has four entrances, and three of them are equipped...
In 1920, within the framework of a peaceful Paris conference, an agreement concerning Svalbard was signed. According to it, Norway was given the sovereignty over the archipelago, but thereat, it underlined a special status of  Svalbard , which meant that in addition to Norway, any other...
There are about 1,800 km and two running days of the ship pursuing a north-east course in the Greenland Sea from Iceland to Svalbard . The Svalbard Archipelago consists of three large and seven smaller islands, as well as dozens of very small islands and skerries, stretching from north to south...

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