Tuesday, March 28, 2006

SYDNEY INSIDE OR BY NIGHT

A BEAUTIFUL CITY ANYWAY- SEPTEMBER 1992

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POWERHOUSE MUSEUM






"MUSEUMS - Sydney has several interesting museums. Probably one of the most surprising and amazing is the Museum of Justice and Police. However, the Powerhouse Museum, which had the honours of the photos, is also a very interesting one. It was built inside an old power station, which was supplier of electricity to the city from the end of the nineteenth century through 1963. It is a science and technology museum that provides for interactive experiences and is a children's paradise"

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DARLING HARBOUR MALL




"MALLS - Sydney has some important shopping malls. The one at Darling Harbour, next to the Conference Centre, was also a natural destination for anyone working around and for the visitors to the Harbour"

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SYDNEY BY NIGHT


"FERRY - A nice way to see the town, day or night, is by ferry; however, the night tour is not so enchanting as the day cruise. Anyhow, the best buy to see the city is the twin-ticket of the Sydney Explorer and the Bondi Explorer which drives you by bus to virtually all the interesting points in town"


"DARLING HARBOUR - Nice and quiet this evening"

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DINING OUT



"SYDNEY TOWER - The view from the Observation Deck at the Tower is magnificent. The food at the revolving restaurant is far from impressive; but the restaurant is revolving - «eppure si muove»"


"ROCKS - The Rocks is the site of many good restaurants, including for Italian cuisine. The Italian Village, with outdoor dining al fresco and a fantastic view to the Opera House, is one of the best, in particular when they come to the conclusion that "lei non è italiano, ma lei è dottore..."



"BIRTHDAY DINNER AT THE ROCKS - September, 9,1992!

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SYDNEY VIEW


"SUPERB!"

1 comment:

guida said...

Beautiful Sydney! My favorite city in the world. And I must say that I have visited a lot of them! Our daughter Diana was really very much impressed with the zoo and with the interactive experiences in museums... By that time (1992), in our european small country, the museums were quite dull for an eight year old girl!!!