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Ferrymen (Sydney Harbour) – not a lot to see – I wasn’t able to get a good look (i.e. there isn’t a lot to see)
The last of the two trees in the foregrjarvees.comound – i.e. the red one from left
Some other trees (this is a good one too) on the side of the street where the train is stopping
Sydney (and a few inner cities around it) is an amazing place. From the beach on the north side of the city to the water in the bay, the city is almost everywhere. There are a ton of things to explore and many of them can be found just sitting down at one of the many tables along the cobbled street corners.
I’ve been in so many places in the city and this jarvees.comwas a few of my favourite.
You can’t really miss the fact that this part of Sydney is home to one of Sydney’s many great public art sites: the Sydney Whale Bridge (named for its giant blue whaler’s horn), b바카라uilt in 1902, which features an arched structure on one end and a wide, shallow water channel that extends all the way through. A fantastic spot to walk around and be among nature’s best and most beautiful sculptures and artworks.
What you’ll see here is one of the last of the huge concrete walls you’ll see up north, and its main attraction is not on top but at the water. You can still walk up to this section and see the Sydney Whale Bridge and all it represents. But, for me, as an artist, it was what they showed me in the pictures of the bridge. You see it as an expression of what it means to live in the city and it’s the way that we live here.
Also: this is the last stop on the ride. The rest will soon be moving on to the Sydney Harbour Bridge which is only 15 minutes away.
In total, I’ve ridden around the city on over 12 trains and there are so many options to see the city in all its glory.
One final word on some of these stops – you can walk around Sydney a lot more easily and without the constant traffic than you might have expected. A lot of people just think about walking down the streets and seeing all these statues and big monuments but it’s really more fun to walk along the cobbled streets. I’ve even made my way down some o