Articles with tag: sydney opera house

The Most Romantic Places to Propose by CruiseBe
There is no better gift for Valentine's Day than a marriage proposal! Especially if you unexpectedly do it on a cruise. Are you already intrigued? We are ready to name the most romantic places to propose by CruiseBe. Namib Desert , Namibia Namibia has an amazing port of call, where...
In the morning, we went to the Sydney fish market to have breakfast with fresh seafood. This is a suspension Bridge Anzac. Curiously, this is the third bridge, which was built on this site. It was opened in 1995. Here some photos of goods in the fish market. We decided to have breakfast right...
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...
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...
This cruise was very affordable.  And here is a detailed report on the cruise "To the Aborigines, or a Total Solar Eclipse". Sydney - Brisbane - Hamilton Island - Mackay - Lifou (New Caledonia) - Isle of Pines - Noumea - Sydney We spent one day on the fauna of Australia...
I had 3 reasons to go to Australia again. The main aim was to visit English classes. Honestly, I wanted to find out - whether my English was as good as I thought, or maybe there were ways to improve it. The second reason - is a famous Australian red mountain in the middle of the Uluru or Ayers Rock...
The Blue Mountains National Park is in one hour drive from Sydney . There are no mountains in its usual sense, it's more like the Grand Canyon, but overgrown with bushes and less scaled. Despite low altitude (the highest point is a little more than a kilometer), the Blue Mountains were...
The  Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous and iconic buildings in the world. It was opened in 1973, by the Queen of England Elizabeth II. Since then, it has been the hallmark of  Sydney .  Its construction was originally scheduled to take 4 years, with a total cost of...
I often travel around the world, but I rarely really like some particular city or country. Nevertheless, there is nothing better than home. But I just fell in love with Sydney . This is a super place. Right mine. Native. Everything is in English, everywhere are Englishmen, and at the same...