Monday, February 12, 2018

Report # 42 Sydney, Australia February 11, 2018 Sunday Cloudy & 88 degrees Part #3 Of 4 84 Pictures

The finale……



Busy Sunday afternoon at the Hard Rock


Yes, that’s a motorcycle on the bar


Desserts later


Apple dessert


Inside dining


The famous sign


Candy for everyone


Walking across the Pyrmont Bridge


The wind had picked significantly


Great view of Cockle Bay of Darling Harbour


So much to do and see here


Lighthouse and old ship


See a naval ship


Many vessels in the harbor


Modern structures


Henk M, hotel director & Christel M, guest relations manager – a solid team


All part of the city of Sydney


Aquarium, wax gallery, and wildlife venues


Pyrmont Bridge lookout


Bustling place


Hyatt Hotel


Our coach was waiting


Sailaway From Sydney


Anzac Bridge


Sydney Tower Eye towers above all


Old defunct coal factory houses a rare type of bats now


Australian flag flies proud


Church steeple in Balmain district


Balmain is close to the White Bay Terminal


View of the Sydney Harbour Bridge


”Wavy-gravy” design of the terminal


Seaview Pool with the Viking Sun docked behind us


Many condos


Many types of boats here


Pilot boat will follow us out of the bay


Maritime vessel


Lamb sliders at sail away


Barb joined the party


The passengers started to arrive


The Viking Sun is also on a world voyage


Tug boat doing its job


An older swing span bridge


New terminal for this area


Leaving White Bay


Pyrmont Park




A wedding party


New condos


New condos at Barangaroo


Looking back into Darling Harbour


Pyrmont  Bridge


Barangaroo is where we used to dock temporarily


Local ferry


New shoreline park


Fairly new park grounds


Restoring older buildings


Leaving one bay, entering another


Rounding the point


Port Authority


Dawes Point


Ferry customers watching us leave


Condos with a view


A shag (water bird)


Bridge climbers doing YMCA - amusing


Amsterdam clearing the lower deck of the bridge


Dawes Point


A neat ride


Luna Park


Still operating


The Australian flag


Circular Quay and the pier where the NCL Jewel was docked


We used to be docked here


We watched the harbor traffic from our window during the night


Very busy cove


Perfect view of the bridge


The Opera House


Nice to see it from the water side


Danish design


Impressive from every angle


We walked around the base yesterday


St George Open Air Cinema


The Sydney Tower Eye


Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair taken from the ship with the good camera




The Opera House & the Bridge









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