Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Traffic lanes in Angel Place, Sydney
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Sorry, pedestrian lanes in the 31-storey Angel Place building on the corner of Pitt Street and Angel Place.
Their web site informs us that 'the management team continually benchmark against competitors'
(See previous photo)
For a spectacular ocean walk (usually with hundreds of others
for company), try this one around Tamarama Bay.
From Tamarama Marine Drive we look back
to where Alan was walking around Mackenzies Bay (see
previous photo). If you forget to leave the path at
the Tamarama border (Mackenzies Point), that is good
news, because ten minutes later the path will have you
at world-famous Bondi Beach.
From a suburb cliff top walk at Fletcher
Street, Tamarama, Alan looks across to the famous Bondi
The Rocks is the best preserved area of old Sydney.
Argyle Street even boasts one of the red phone boxes that were everywhere in Sydney decades ago.
The SE corner of The Rocks as seen from the bridge of the well-known Sea Shepherd.
In future I'll travel more lightly. My luggage
spills out of the hotel onto Cumberland Street, The
The early riser with the light on wonders why street people think that windows have to be rectangular.
MacArthur Street, Ultimo, sets a new trend…
Like bees resting on their hive, air conditioners form
a neat pattern in Kettle Lane, Ultimo.