Tag Archives: Sydney

Sydney II – downtown

Sydney is a city that respects and maintains the old buildings and venues. At the same time, the town adds many engineering works and spectacular buildings. And they care so much about their beautiful parks! Bravo, Sydney!

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Mary is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney and the seat of the Archbishop of Sydney, currently Anthony Fisher OP. Wikipedia

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Mary is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney and the seat of the Archbishop of Sydney, currently Anthony Fisher OP. Wikipedia

the new and the old is a constant in this beautiful city

the new and the old is a constant in this beautiful city

at Oxford Street

at Oxford Street

at Hyde Park. Note to myself: I loved the simplicity and beauty of this fountain!

at Hyde Park. Note to myself: I loved the simplicity and beauty of this fountain! (January 2015)

Sydney I

We spent only three days in Sydney, Australia, but we left the town with our best impressions: a colorful and happy place; with extremely polite people; sunny and hot this time of the year (January); cosmopolitan; clean; with lots of children around; with art and engineering all over; with a wonderful nature; with excellent restaurants; etc. If you have plans to visit Sydney, please make them happen. You will be surprised with such a cool city. Thanks!

at the Hyde Park

at Hyde Park (Australia’s oldest public parkland)

at the Domain

at the Domain

Sydney Tower Eye

Sydney Tower Eye

close to the Archibald Fountain

close to the Archibald Fountain (January 2015)