All posts filed under: Sydney

Hyde Park

My father in law decided to join us for a brief morning stroll before meeting the rest of the gang for brunch at the Westfield Food Court.  We walked to Hyde Park for a quick breather from the city’s urban landscape.   It was a pleasant […]

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The Rocks, Sydney

  The Rocks is one of the most-visited parts of Sydney. It is not hard to see why. Nestled at the foot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and on the western shores of Sydney Cove, The Rocks is considered the foundation place of Sydney and Australia, […]

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Darling Harbour

A few blocks from the QVB is the Darling Harbour –  A lively and interactive urban centre.  As one of the city’s largest dining, shopping and entertainment precincts, the area has a full calendar of outdoor events, as well as plenty of indoor activities and some […]

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Sydney Opera House

My family and I took the obligatory photo by the Sydney Opera House backdrop.  For most tourists who visit Sydney, this iconic shot is the highlight of their trip.  A series of photo shoots from different angles is an afternoon well spent until there is that […]

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Queen Victoria Building

We left Manila for Sydney via PAL at 1015Pm and arrived around 845AM local time.  The 7hour travel time could have been a good sleepover but everyone was too excited to get some shut-eye.  We arrived at our hotel just before lunch all groggy but raring […]

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Swissotel Sydney

Researching logistics for a family of 12 can be quite arduous especially when people have varying issues.  Our group was composed of 2 senior citizens (one with a knee problem), a very pregnant sister in law (she was 7months then) and 2 families with kids (10-16yo). […]

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