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Most Photogenic Spots to Find in Sydney

Sydney is famous for its harbors and ports because there are quite in numbers. As an addition to that, there are also some beaches that you can find in Sydney. That is one reason why you might be able to find a lot of people in Sydney with the similar photo background of water, harbors, and beaches. If you are also thinking about finding the best spots to take a picture, there are some nice photogenic spots that you might want to try in Sydney. Here are some of them. The first one is on the bri...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Art Gallery, Botanical Garden, Botanical Garden Botanical Garden


Bluesfest Adds Four More Artists to the 30th Anniversary Celebration

With just over 90 days to go until the gates of Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm swing open for Bluesfest 2019, we are proud to announce the following artists will be joining the 30th Anniversary Celebration: TASH SULTANA SIX60 OCEAN ALLEY AMARU TRIBE With more artists yet to be announced… With tickets selling faster than any other Bluesfest in history, we are heading for a spectacular celebration and sell-out festival this April. Festival Director Peter Noble is getting excited about the 30th Anniversary...
Tags: Travel, London, Featured, News, Australia, California, US, Norah Jones, Kurt Vile, Culture, David Bowie, Sydney, New Zealand, Argentina, Bob Marley, Jack White


Small But Mighty: Room Ten, Potts Point

Cafes come and go in Sydney but there's one cafe where the queues are a given. Down Llankelly Place lies Room Ten which is a cafe with a bit of a cult following. People line up to squeeze around a tiny table. And why? Because the food is so tasty you'll forgive the table balancing act.
Tags: Travel, Sydney


STR: Preliminary December data for Sydney hotels

STR's preliminary December 2018 data for hotels in Sydney, Australia, indicates performance declines. Based on daily data from December, Sydney reported the following in year-over-year comparisons:
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Sydney Australia


Subterranean Speakeasy: New York's Employees Only Lands In Sydney

Employees Only is the Sydney outpost of the New York bar. It's a buzzy, subterranean bar complete with a psychic tarot card reader, bar seats, tables and booths. The vibe is buzzy, dark and fun.
Tags: Travel, New York, Sydney


Australian Boy Killed in Avalanche While Skiing in Austria

Max Meyer, a 16-year-old boy from Sydney was killed in an avalanche at the St. Anton am Arlberg ski village on Wednesday
Tags: Travel, Austria, Sydney, Max Meyer, St Anton am Arlberg


News from Dianne

Le notizie The news Welcome to 2019! My new year began with good news: LA BELLA LINGUA will be translated and published in Italian by the distinguished house of Treccani. It's a true honor to join its roster of noted authors. In December another of my books inspired a question on the classic quiz show Jeopardy: "A Life Discovered is the subtitle of a book about this enigmatic woman, the most famous portrait sitter of all times." The answer: MONA LISA, by Dianne Hales! The countdown to public...
Tags: Travel, Mississippi, La, Italy, Sydney, Croatia, Hales, Dianne, Dianne Hales, LA BELLA LINGUA, La Passione, Leslie Rosa, La Dolce Vigna, Sydney Matrisciano, Moscow Sydney, Buon anno Dianne Dianne Hales


My Top 10 Hostels in Sydney in 2019

Updated: 1/9/2019 | January 9th, 2019 Hostels in Sydney are expensive. Since I started visiting the city, I’ve seen hostel prices skyrocket as just the cost of living in Australia has gone up. Even when you factor in the favorable exchange rate right now, it’s just expensive to get a bed here, especially at some of the larger, more upscale hostels. However, with a little planning, you can make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck. The cheapest hostels in Sydney are found in the K...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Broadway, Chinatown, Kings Cross, Opera House, Bondi Beach, Don, Sasha, Effie, Central Station, Luna Park, Darling Harbour, Potts Point, NomadicMatt


Rock and Rocks back in Australia .

9 December to 18 December 2018.In the last few weeks I have been zooming along the East Coast of Australia starting in Queensland the Sunshine Coast Gold Coast then NSW and Port Macquarie and Forster and finally Sydney to finish.When flying i
Tags: Travel, Australia, Queensland, Sydney, East Coast, NSW, Port Macquarie, Forster, Sunshine Coast Gold Coast


New Caledonia Unplugged

Expedia’s South Pacific expert Jonathan shares his top tips for New Caledonia. Whether you want to snorkel in turquoise pristine lagoons amongst tropical fish and turtles, horse ride with stockmen in vast cattle stations, meet local tribes who keep their culture alive, or enjoy fine dining before hitting the dance floor on an overwater nightclub, one country has it all, and much more. It’s time to discover New Caledonia! We forgot to mention hiking in lush rainforests, taking a deep dive into w...
Tags: Travel, Australia, France, Sydney, New Zealand, South Pacific, East Coast, Expedia, Napoleon, Jonathan, New Caledonia, Kone, Nouméa, Hortense, ISLE OF PINES, Ouvéa


Old door

Not much going on right now except for cooking and watching tennis on tv. Yesterday we ground up some beef that Ken found on sale and we used part of it to make meatballs for Sunday's lunch. Today we're using another part to add to a filling for burritos. We have meatballs left over for another meal, and then the rest of the ground meat will go into the freezer. This door has seen better days. Today play begins in Sydney and Auckland, the two last men's tournaments before the Australian Open...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Ken, WCS, Whatnot


Air New Zealand Says They’ll Honor Sub-$1500 Business Class Roundtrips to Australia

This week's amazing Cathay Pacific business and first class fare deal is being honored. Following right on after that Air New Zealand offered business class between Chicago and Sydney for under $1500 roundtrip. If you booked this and your ticket is still intact it appears the deal will be honored. Congratulations! Continue reading Air New Zealand Says They’ll Honor Sub-$1500 Business Class Roundtrips to Australia...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Advice, Chicago, Sydney, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Congratulations Continue


Alitalia Business Class $538 Roundtrip Barcelona – New York (and Other Cities)

Just since Monday we've seen the amazing Cathay Pacific business and first class fare deal get honored and we've seen business class between Chicago and Sydney for under $1500 roundtrip. Now it looks like there's another special fare deal out there. There's an Alitalia business class offer starting at $538 roundtrip between Barcelona and New York JFK -- and possibly also Los Angeles and Chicago. Continue reading Alitalia Business Class $538 Roundtrip Barcelona – New York (and Other Cities)...
Tags: Travel, New York, Advice, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Chicago, Sydney, Alitalia, Cathay Pacific, New York JFK, Roundtrip Barcelona


Hurry: Business Class to Sydney on United, Air New Zealand Under $1500 Roundtrip

Right on the heels of one of the best airfare deals we've seen in a long time being honored, you can fly Chicago - Sydney roundtrip in business class from $1492. This is on Air New Zealand (fly Chicago - Auckland non-stop on their 787 and on to Sydney) or fly United through Los Angeles or San Francisco. At this price you can definitely get yourself to and from Chicago for the journey. Continue reading Hurry: Business Class to Sydney on United, Air New Zealand Under $1500 Roundtrip...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Sydney, United, Air New Zealand, CHICAGO SYDNEY, United Air New Zealand, Chicago Auckland


A Special Christmas and New Year.

What a magic Christmas we have had and the New Year was great. With only a couple of days left before we head to Sydney with Chris Hege and the girls I thought I would get this update out.Chris and family arrived safe sound and not looking at all je
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Chris, Chris Hege


Best Tips for Planning a Trip to the Grand Canyon With Kids

If you are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon with kids, you are in the right place! In September we enjoyed an unforgettable two day Grand Canyon vacation as part of a four week road trip with my visiting family from Australia. My kids with my sister and her husband and daughter My parents, sister and her family flew into Phoenix from Sydney where I met them after flying in from our home in Raleigh, and high on their wish list was a family trip to the  Grand Canyon Arizona! Caz and I previ...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Usa, Colorado, Australia, La, US, America, Williams, Bill Clinton, Arizona, Sydney, Paul Mccartney, Las Vegas, Nevada, North America


Great Ideas of Travelling in Sydney

Traveling in Sydney will always become the memorable activity in people’s lives and most of them really wish to come back to this city, since they always get great experiments whenever they travel in Sydney both for a long or short period of time. Enjoying Sydney is a must, for all the visitors around the world, therefore they need a perfect guide for finding the best places to visit in Sydney. Best Places to Visit in Sydney You will surely realize that there are a lot of wonderful places in Syd...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Newtown, Opera House, Bondi, Darlinghurst, Watsons Bay, Burton Street, Double Bay, Royal Botanic Garden Great Tourism Spots, Kensington Street the King Street, Eternity Playhouse


The craziest travel stories of 2018

This year may go down as the year service animals finally got a little too extra. Though we’d tolerated dogs, cats, and even the occasional mini-horse onboard planes to help keep people sane, this year’s abundance of ridiculous emotional support animals culminated with Delta banning them on long-haul flights and Popeyes offering emotional support fried chicken. But ridiculous animals weren’t the only crazy travel stories to emerge from 2018. There was also a human heart erroneously left on a ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Facebook, Florida, London, California, France, Germany, Boston, Disney, US, Atlanta, Rome, Munich, Hawaii, Paris


We loved every minute of our six week home swap in Australia

"Gerry and Andrea’s spacious bungalow was ideally situated for visiting the numerous vineyards in the Hunter valley region. It was also quite close to the coastal city of Newcastle and within reasonable driving distance of Sydney. For anyone who likes wild life (as in animals) the birdlife is abundant and stunning, kangaroos are numerous and, if you're lucky, you may see koalas and wombats. We even had monitor lizards in the garden, one about eighteen inches regularly came to drink out of ...
Tags: Travel, UK, Australia, Newcastle, Sydney, Yorkshire, Brisbane, Andrea, Gerry, Singleton, Singleton Centre, David Sheena Yorkshire England, David Sheena, Gerry Andrea


What to see on a Sydney to Melbourne Road Trip

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Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Boomer Road Trips, Melbourne Road Trip


Guide To Sydney Infographic For First-time Travelers

In this article, we’re going to provide you with a step by step infographic about the most iconic, sightseeing spots in Sydney. If this is your first time traveling to the city, then you should absolutely check out these places. Each spot featured in the infographic tells a slightly different story about the prevalent culture in the city and the way of life you will encounter. These spots don’t offer only distinct aromas and beautiful buildings, but they invoke different feelings as well. ...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Infographic, New South Wales, Sydney, Oxford Street, Travel Guides, Queen Victoria Market, Travelers, Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Guide To Sydney, Harbour Rocks


My Top 10 Hostels in Sydney

Posted: 12/24/2018 | December 24th, 2018 Hostels in Sydney are expensive. Since I started visiting the city, I’ve seen hostel prices skyrocket as just the cost of living in Australia has gone up. Even when you factor in the favorable exchange rate right now, it’s just expensive to get a bed here, especially at some of the larger, more upscale hostels. However, with a little planning, you can make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck. The cheapest hostels in Sydney are found in th...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Broadway, Chinatown, Kings Cross, Opera House, Bondi Beach, Don, Sasha, Effie, Central Station, Luna Park, Darling Harbour, Potts Point, NomadicMatt


and so it begins....

Left Morisset on the 1pm train bound for Sydney airport. Took about 2 hours to get to Central and then another half and hour to the airport. A really nice lady at the Emirates counter has changed my seat to a long legroom seat with no one in front of me. T
Tags: Travel, Emirates, Sydney, Morisset


Tayim Flies At The Rocks

Tayim is the newest restaurant in the Rocks area of Sydney. Part of the Harbour Rocks Hotel, Tayim replaces Scarlett restaurant. There's still the heritage sandstone walls and airy feel but the menu is now distinctly Middle Eastern.
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Scarlett, Tayim, Harbour Rocks Hotel Tayim


2019 Top Travel Destinations

With the start of a new year comes new travel wishes and more time off from work. People are already excited to travel this year and more than three billion flights have already been searched on FareCompare.com. The big question is, where is everyone going? We’ve compiled a list of the top travel destinations for 2019 to help inspire you. And don’t worry! We even have the best deals and a few travel tips as well. And the 2019 Top Travel Destinations are… 10. Singapore Coming in at number te...
Tags: Travel, Japan, London, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India, Spain, Paris, Sydney, Dubai, Broadway, Tokyo, Buckingham Palace, Eiffel Tower, Tate Modern, Delhi


A BREWERY NYE FESTIVAL LIKE NO OTHER

MON DEC 31, BYRON BAY BREWERY, 12pm – 2am It’s not often you see multiple band and DJ headliners supported by our best local talent, all under one roof. Well that’s exactly what’s heading our way this New Year’s Eve at the Byron Bay Brewery. Across two stages during the day and into the night, featuring a huge lineup of touring and local acts, live visual arts, pop up bars, festival food offerings and loads more, this is shaping up to be the biggest NYE event around. Bringing in the New Year o...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Culture, Sydney, Melbourne, Byron, Eventbrite, Festivals & Events, Benson, Byron Bay, Byron Bay Brewery Across, Harts Bec Sandridge, KÖLSCH Melbourne, Human Movement Locals, Taya Robina Tai Daniels Chef De Party, Byron Bay Brewery NYE


Visit Sydney on a budget (free days out, cheap transport + free home swap accommodation)

Reaching “Down Under”, the red continent Australia, became pleasantly easy and with the right tricks even an inexpensive trip. Especially Sydney, Australia’s largest city, with its famous Harbour and Opera House attracts visitors from all around the world. It is Australia’s most exciting and cosmopolitan city but also the most expensive one to live in. With a great mix of pristine beaches, fascinating sights and natural highlights, tourists just as locals just love Sydney. To enjoy a budget fri...
Tags: Travel, Australia, New South Wales, Sydney, Opera House, Harbour, Bondi, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Australia, Harbour City, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Harbour, Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, Coogee, Bondi Beach Sydney


Westwards to Perth Freemantle

SC I'm now on the solo leg of the trip heding out West ...Yesterday I was up and out early for my flight flight number 8 of RTW4 from Sydney to Perth. Cathy got up early to take me to the local bus stop and from there I took public transport. I was
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Perth Freemantle, Perth Cathy


Maiden Cruise

Just home from our first real cruise....we had a 3 day cruise out of Sydney several years ago over Australia Day to give us a taste.This was 14 days with 5 ports of call on a very big shipPics tell the story. Stay tuned for our winter adve
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Maiden Cruise


Wednesday 5 December 2018 What a Dickens of a day that proved to be

As our flight from Sydney to London LHR via Dubai was due to leave at 6am we stayed overnight at the Rydges airport hotel with the alarm set for 3am. Well that part all went smoothly and with only a two hour changeover time at Dubai there were no
Tags: Travel, London, Sydney, Dubai, Rydges Airport



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