Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Stunning views of the harbour and the
harbour entrance are just part of the attractions on
the walk around South Head from Cliff Street, Watsons
Bay. You can also see a nude bathing beach and the Hornby
Just imagine the problems if parking was
allowed in this unnamed lane off O’Dowd Street, Waverley!
Varna Street, Waverley, has old, narrow houses that
are well-preserved and attractive.
We don't recommend that you walk this
part of Wolli Creek.
It's a bit too late.
Alan here is walking in the Wolli Creek train station
tunnel before the rails were laid for the Sydney Airport
Hall Hall, Hall Lane, Woollahra. (Four ‘halls’ in five words,
with that backwards one in ‘Woollahra’.)
Jersey Road, Woollahra: “The windows of heaven
shall be opened unto you,” but it will take quite
a while to close them again.
M. Alan monte le Tour Eiffel de Woollahra. Voyez ceci
à la rue de Wallaroy.
The ivy in Bellevue Gardens, Woollahra, is so neatly
trimmed that it could be a vertical lawn.
Cows graze peacefully on the corner of Palmer and Cathedral Streets,
Woolloomooloo, just outside the city's centre.
Sydney’s most famous café for
60 years gained its name from the days when council regulations
required cafes to be moved each evening, even if only a metre.
Answer to Annandale question
Of course it was (c)!