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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


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


Australia: Taken for a ride? Development consent troubles for Luna Park - Carroll & O'Dea

Luna Park now is required to make a new development application whenever it wishes to replace, remove or relocate rides.
Tags: News, Australia, Luna Park, Luna Park Carroll


10 things you need to do in NYC

There’s so much to do in New York City and so little time to do it. The five boroughs alone span an area of around 300 square miles and contain a population of over 8.5 million, so it makes sense that there’s an abundance of activities wherever you go. New things to do pop up every day, but there are certain experiences that are so authentically New York that you have to do them, no matter if you live here or are visiting. Here’s our list of 10 experiences that you have to have in NYC before ...
Tags: Travel, New York, Travel Planning, New York City, Marvel, US, America, Brooklyn, Italy, Broadway, Manhattan, Mario, Yankees, Brooklyn Bridge, Major League Baseball, New York Yankees


Creating Beautiful Memories in Sydney through Sydney Photography

Sydney is the beautiful city and even can be described as a modern city which provides the most instagrammable spots for those who wants to improve their Instagram feeds or produce the beautiful photos with lovely scenery. So, looking for the best Sydney photography spots will become a good idea as a fresh start in producing great pictures. There are lots of recommendations for the great places in Sydney that can be a good spot for photography, and therefore exploring this city can be the most i...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Recipes, Eating Out, Opera House, Bondi Beach, Bondi, Luna Park, Harbor Bridge, About Us, The Must Eat List, Creating Beautiful Memories


Step Back in Time – Fun for the Whole Family at Luna Park in Coney Island

If you know anything about the recent history of the US you know that Coney Island and its boardwalk is the quintessential amusement park beach. The actual boardwalk originally opened back in 1923, its official name is Riegelmann Boardwalk. Now, it is known for being home to one of the most famous boardwalk amusement parks in the country. With time, the amusement park was replaced by an equally popular and thrilling park called Luna Park. It is also where the updated version of the famous Cyclo...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York, Review, New York City, US, United States, Theme Parks, Family Travel, Destinations, Attraction Reviews, Coney Island, Landmarks Preservation Commission, Nathan, Luna Park, Charles Feltman


Vivid Sydney 2018 lights up for 10th anniversary celebrations

Vivid Sydney 2018 lights up for 10th anniversary celebrations Ten years ago, there was a project called Vivid Sydney. The idea is to transform the city into life with colours and lights. The festival of light becomes one of the most anticipated annual events in Australia. From lights, it evolves to music and ideas. Vivid Sydney has become the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. Over the next 23 days and nights, Australia’s largest event will transform the city into a colourful sh...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Australia, Nasa, Sun, Sydney, Places, Solange, James Cameron, Headline, Baz Luhrmann, Luke Steele, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, World Heritage, Marshall


Coney Island fireworks 2018 schedule: every Friday & after some Cyclones games

Coney Island in the summer is a NYC tradition, with rides, the sideshows, some concerts, food, and fireworks... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, NYC, Fireworks, Coney Island, Luna Park, BrooklynVegan Staff


Where to Travel in the U.S. this Spring

  Time to shake off those winter chills and start planning your spring and summer travels! Travel does not have to be daunting and is always worth it. Take a road trip, a train trip, or just jump on a plane — it’s easy and important to make time to getaway, to unplug and to get out of your routine and comfort zone. I enlisted the help of some fabulous female travel bloggers and writers to share why their favorite city makes a great spring escape! Spring in Chicago Millennium Park in the beaut...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York, California, Boston, Massachusetts, US, Chicago, Brooklyn, Washington Dc, Tennessee, Italy, Arizona, David Bowie, San Diego, Manhattan


Aquolina Sweet Me

  Based on the Luna Park fragrance concept presented at last year's TFWA in Cannes, which did not see the light of day, this year Italian company Aquolina introduced the new perfume Sweet Me. The perfume continues the tradition of sweet, gourmand creations such as Pink Sugar from 2004, which put this house on the map. Aquolina Sweet Me draws inspiration from and tries to evoke memories of ... Read full article: Aquolina Sweet Me from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine.
Tags: Fashion, Cannes, Luna Park, Fragrantica Perfumes, TFWA, Aquolina


Five Thrilling Theme Parks in Australia

Thrill-seeking individuals, rejoice – as we have found five of the most amazing theme parks in Australia! There are actually A LOT of them, but we’ve decided to narrow it down to five to make it easier for you to choose.   Up for a blood-rushing and heart-stopping challenge? Try some of the most extreme rides that we are about to discuss below! Dreamworld in Gold Coast Ride/s You Shouldn’t Miss: The Buzzsaw, Mick Doohan’s Motocoaster, The Giant Drop, and Wipeout   With nine huge thrilling ride...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Justice League, South Pacific, Melbourne, Oceania, WB, Luna Park, Mick Doohan, Whitewater World, Adioso, Amusement Water Park, TripAdvisor Warner Bros Movie World, Warner Bros Movie World, Curse Luna Park


Boozeless evenings in NYC

NYC is a notorious drinking town. From boozy brunch to happy hour to secret Chinatown after-hours spots, you could probably drink continuously for a solid 24 hours if you — and your liver — were up for it. But there are SOME occasions when you need to take it easy, so here are some suggestions for a fun night out, sans booze. Search by neighborhoods 1. Manhattan 2. Brooklyn 3. Queens 4. The Bronx 5. Staten Island Manhattan 1. Koneko Cat Café Photo: Koneko If you’ve had a long day and...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, NYC, Alcohol, New York City, Chicago, Brooklyn, Drinking, Queens, Amy Poehler, Manhattan, Booze, Britney Spears, Bronx, Michael Jackson, Staten Island


Neighbourhood guide to Melbourne

Melbourne has been called the world’s most liveable city, but the various neighborhoods can take time to get know. Before you settle in one area, explore and spend time in the various suburbs. Here’s a quick guide to help you on your journey. THE CBD Photo: Fabianmardi CBD is where to go to find the major tourist hot spots. Start your morning by grabbing a quick bite to eat and exploring the foodie heaven at Queen Victoria Market. Stop to get a coffee at Market Lane Coffee (arguably one o...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Australia, Wikipedia, Paris, Sydney, Banksy, Melbourne, St Kilda, Neighbourhoods, City Guide, All, Trip Planning, National Gallery Of Victoria, Melbourne Australia, Yarra River


Leo Messi & Antonella Roccuzzo wedding news: No invite for Diego Maradona

Leo Messi & Antonella Roccuzzo wedding news This coming Friday, on June 30, 2017, Leo Messi will marry Antonella Roccuzzo in his hometown of Rosario. The wedding of Messi to the mother of his two children, Thiago and Mateo, has captured the attention of the world since the pair have known each other since age five. With just days to go, the Argentine press is getting rather excited about one of the biggest weddings in the country’s history. Who isn’t invited to Leo Messi’s wedding? Comparison...
Tags: News, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Wedding, Italy, Cesc Fabregas, Shakira, Leo, Luis Suarez, Messi, Gerard Pique, Cuba


Sarat & Parya’s Romantic Sydney Harbour Engagement Session

Sarat & Parya Is there a better place to be than Sydney Harbour when the sun casts its final golden glow? Sarat & Parya were right on the money when they teamed up with Kylie of  Just For Love Photography for their romantic Sydney Harbour engagement session. Golden light, amazing landmarks, a beautiful love story – what more could one want? The couple kicked off their afternoon at Luna Park, before making the most of the sunset on the harbour. The bride to be tells “We were both raised in S...
Tags: Australia, Wedding, Sydney, Seinfeld, Cairns, Engagements, Victoria Falls, Bride, Sophie, Daniel, Kylie, Sian, Sydney Harbour, Luna Park, Zimbabwe Zambia, Sanjeev


Things to Do in Sydney: The Ultimate Guide

What Are You Interested In? NeighbourhoodsFamily FunStudent SpotsRomanceFoodie SceneAdventureCultureBudgetLuxuryLocal TipsMust-Do Activities Visiting Sydney is both a blessing and a curse—want to know why? Because there is just too much to do! Even if you’re a Sydneysider, the sightseeing to-do list is still pretty long. And because it’s constantly evolving, there is always something new to see. Yes, living in such an amazing place can be tough. But don’t worry. We’ve rounded up the ve...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Australia, Southeast Asia, America, Beijing, Unesco, Paddington, Foodie, Gigi, New South Wales, Sydney, Harry


Coney Island opens for the season this weekend ++ the Cyclone turns 90

Coney Island opens for the season the weekend of April 9, with the opportunity for free Wonder Wheel and Cyclone rides, a historical exhibit, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Amanda Hatfield]
Tags: Music, Fireworks, Music News, The Temptations, Rancid, Coney Island, Amanda Hatfield, Mary Wilson, Martha Reeves, Luna Park, Jake Burns, The Supremes, The Bouncing Souls, Mermaid Parade, Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk, Coney Island History Project


Things to Do in Sydney: The Ultimate Guide

Visiting Sydney is both a blessing and a curse—want to know why? Because there is just too much to do! Even if you’re a Sydneysider, the sightseeing to-do list is still pretty long. And because it’s constantly evolving, there is always something new to see. Yes, living in such an amazing place can be tough. But don’t worry. We’ve rounded up the very best things to do in Sydney and sorted them by category. Just choose your favourite interest and get ready to experience the ultimate Sydney adventu...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Australia, Southeast Asia, America, Beijing, Unesco, Paddington, Foodie, Gigi, New South Wales, Sydney, Harry


Ann Harada and Sara Wordsworth Co-Host Prospect's Starry GOOD TO GO Showcase Tonight

Immigration, the development of Luna Park, and new adaptations of the films Bread and Roses and Teeth are among the subjects explored in this concert celebrating new works-in-process created or co-created by women writers. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Luna Park, BWW News Desk, Ann Harada, Sara Wordsworth Co Host Prospect


Ann Harada & Sara Wordsworth to Host Prospect's GOOD TO GO Women Writers Showcase

Immigration, the development of Luna Park, and new adaptations of the films Bread and Roses and Teeth are among the subjects of Prospect Theater Company's upcoming Good to Go Songwriter's Showcase, a concert celebrating new works-in-process created or co-created by women writers. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Luna Park, BWW News Desk, Prospect Theater Company, Ann Harada, Sara Wordsworth, Host Prospect


The ‘Van Helsing’ Reboot Tracks Down ‘Wrath of the Titans’ Writer

I’ve become something of a broken record when it comes to Universal’s upcoming “shared monsters universe,” where the likes of Frankenstein and Dracula and the Wolf Man will brush shoulders across a series of movies. I love the original Universal monster movies too much to not spend at least 30 seconds of every day worrying about what these movies will look and feel like. It’s in my obsessive nature. I store those original movies right next to my soul! Remove them from existence and my spirit wi...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Peter Cushing, Hugh Jackman, Universal, Tom Cruise, Frankenstein, Van Helsing, Dracula, Luna Park, Alex Kurtzman, Action/Adventure, Doug Liman, Wolf Man, Tracking Board, Eric Heisserer


Ann Harada & Sara Wordsworth to Host Prospect's GOOD TO GO Women Writers Showcase

Immigration, the development of Luna Park, and new adaptations of the films Bread and Roses and Teeth are among the subjects of Prospect Theater Company's upcoming Good to Go Songwriter's Showcase, a concert celebrating new works-in-process created or co-created by women writers. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Luna Park, BWW News Desk, Prospect Theater Company, Ann Harada, Sara Wordsworth, Host Prospect


‘Luna Park’s’ Pavel Lungin Plans ‘Esau’ Adaptation, Gulag Epic (EXCLUSIVE)

MARRAKECH, Morocco —  Pavel Lungin (“Taxi Blues,” “Luna Park”), one of the key filmmakers of the new Russian cinema that emerged in the early 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union, is currently developing two new projects: an English-language project based on Israeli writer Meir Shalev’s 1991 novel “Esau,” and a film about a... Read more »
Tags: Film, Global, Spotlight, Festivals, Marrakech Film Festival, Marrakech, Soviet Union, Luna Park, Esau


Doug Liman Might Direct ‘Unearthed,’ An Indiana Jones-Esque Space Adventure

You know what’s nice? Despite the fact Edge of Tomorrow underperformed at the box-office, it doesn’t seem to have slowed down director Doug Liman at all. Not too long ago Liman wrapped American Made starring Tom Cruise,  but over the past year or so, he’s been attaching himself to a variety of projects, including the high-profile Justice League Dark. Another film possibly of interest for Liman is Unearthed, based on a young-adult sci-fi novel coming out in 2017. Below, learn more about the Unea...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Adaptation, Brad Pitt, Robert Zemeckis, Tom Cruise, Indiana Jones, Charlie Kaufman, Daisy Ridley, Kaufman, Spooner, Lara Croft, Patrick Ness, Luna Park, Doug-Liman, Cross Creek Pictures


Rob McElhenney’s ‘Minecraft’ Adds ‘Pan’ Screenwriter Jason Fuchs

Jon Spaihts (Passengers) recently wrote a draft of director Rob McElhenney‘s (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) Minecraft, a live-action adventure film based on the game that allows players to build, explore worlds, and fight monsters. Now, a new draft of the script is coming from screenwriter Jason Fuchs (Pan). Fuchs wrote drafts of Wonder Woman and Lobo, so he’s no stranger to working on large-scale Warner Bros. projects. Below, learn more about the new Minecraft screenwriter. Variety was...
Tags: Movies, Microsoft, Philadelphia, Minecraft, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Video Game, Lobo, Lee, Daniel, Variety, Fuchs, Luna Park, Bill Burr, Rob McElhenney, La La Land


TFWA Cannes 2016: Aquolina Luna Park

  As announced, Aquolina, the brand famous for Pink Sugar from 2004, continues its legacy of playful, fun and delicious fragrances with the new edition for 2017 called Luna Park. The long-awaited second pillar of AQUOLINA promises an innovative gourmand composition that comes in a cute packaging. Luna Park tells the story of excitement and joy that amusement parks and carnivals bring. ... Read full article: TFWA Cannes 2016: Aquolina Luna Park from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes M...
Tags: Fashion, Luna Park, TFWA, Pink Sugar


charming little home (san jose downtown) $1200 3bd 1200ft 2

You are going to love this charming little home located in Luna Park and a few blocks from Japan Town. 776 N 12th Street in San Jose has just been remodeled featuring newly refinished hardwood floors, a new kitchen, new bathroom, and much, much more!
Tags: San Jose, Luna Park, Japan Town


1UP In Berlin: 'All City' Doesn't Even Begin to Cover It

An amorphous shape-shifting consortium of Berlin-based aerosol hooligans named 1UP is one of those graffiti crews who eventually make the entry into graffiti street lore because of the scope and daring of their travails. Primarily Berlin-based, you'll find their almost-commercial sounding name on roofs, walls, abandoned factories, and in tunnels in many cities around the globe. Without a clear idea of the exact number in their association nor precise membership these daredevils are most often de...
Tags: Travel, UK, New York, London, Berlin, Brooklyn, Un, Huffington Post, Bsa, Jaime Rojo Steven Harrington, Henry, Cooper, Jaime Rojo, Steven P Harrington, BrooklynStreetArt, Martha Cooper


The Debunker: Did Thomas Edison Electrocute an Elephant to Discredit AC?

In July 1820, Danish scientist Hans Christian Oersted published a groundbreaking pamphlet on the relationship between electric current and magnetic fields, effectively kicking off our modern electric age. You may think about electromagnetism every July when you look at your power bill and see how it spikes when your air conditioner is on. In honor of everyone getting zapped by the electric company this month, we've asked Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings to set us straight on some high-voltage misconce...
Tags: Deals, New York, America, Electricity, Experts, Nikola Tesla, General Electric, Topsy, Thomas Edison, Coney Island, Menlo Park, Edison, Trivia, Westinghouse, Westinghouse Electric Company, Luna Park


15 Things to do in Sydney with kids

Bondi to Bronte walk – one of the best things to do in Sydney with kids The list of things to do in Sydney with kids could be endless. Caz and I both grew up an hour north of Sydney and have visited Sydney countless times as kids ourselves and now with our own children. We never run out of things to do, and keep going back to our favourites. Sydney is one of the world’s top tourist destinations for a reason and whether you have toddlers or teens, or young adults, you’ll all enjoy seeing the sit...
Tags: Travel, London, Australia, Dc Comics, Unesco, Sydney, Bill, Europcar, Botanic Gardens, Opera House, Destinations, Bondi Beach, Australia + South Pacific, Bondi, Coney Island, Don