• Heavenly Sydney
To heaven from here, of course, far away, but the city and its surroundings can be seen well. We are at an altitude of 250 meters, in the heart of Sydney's business.
to 250 meters - at the bottom.
Hence it can be clearly seen that the big Sydney is spread among numerous islands and bays of Port Jackson (Sydney Harbor Large).
to move in the direction of the setting sun.
Darling Harbor - a former industrial area since 80 years of XX century has changed beyond recognition. Now it is one of the most popular areas of the city.
Anzac Bridge which I have already talked casually. And in the near term, the Sydney Maritime Museum, with exhibition vehicles.
Moving on. One of the runways of Sydney Airport (SYD) displays the aircraft in the north-eastern outskirts of the city.
Sitting in the park of the Sydney Observatory, the lens is easy to catch clearly distinguishable from the ground planes of various airlines. From this course more difficult.
What have we here? Business Center in the southern direction. Circular Quay exactly for us. And in front of the skyscrapers hid Station Central Station, a beautiful Victorian building and the largest railway station in Sydney.
Sydney Hyde Park (Hyde-park) resembles the original in London. At the far edge of the park ANZAC Memorial - a monument to fallen soldiers during the First World War.
Sydney Olympic Park.
Ocean lead here? And it is there! The real Pacific.
The residential area of Darlinghurst, in fact it is the eastern suburbs of Sydney, or as we say here, the inner city. Victorian building at the border of Hyde Park - Australian Museum. The country's oldest, founded in 1827, in this building since 1857. Alas, it was not inside.
Catholic Cathedral of the Virgin Mary.
It was founded in 1821, though the original building was lost in the fire. However, what we see today - a building built in the years 1868-1929. We still have to go there.
to move on. In the near future - another "eastern suburbs" with the curious name of Woolloomooloo (Woolloomooloo).
When a rather poor area of the city, which is mostly populated working class.
The historic wharf Woolloomooloo, built in 1915 for receiving mostly wool. In 1956, the passenger terminal was established on the basis of berths for the reception of immigrants from Europe. Today, in the premises of the pier is a luxury hotel, and the former workers' settlement turned into a prestigious residential area. Here almost everyone has a story.
And yes, there is the Navy base lodges of the Royal Australian Navy, HMAS Kuttabul. L02 helicopter "Canberra", built in 2011.
Cruise ship Emerald Princess leaves Sydney spaces, taking a course on New Zealand probably. In the near term, the Royal Botanic Gardens, adjacent to the Circular Quay (Circular Quay), with which I began description Sydney.
deck fifteen (!) "Emerald Princess" was put into operation in 2007.
The circle has closed.
It's time to go to Circular Quay to catch the embankment stretching beyond the horizon of the sun's rays.