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Australia Sydney

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1: Celebrating our 10th Anniversary

2: Knowing you will be with me in all my tomorrows, makes my today so wonderful. | This was the view from our room at the Sydney Harbour Marriott

3: Russ with the imfree walking tour of Sydney

4: The 3 hour walking tour gave us a great overview of the city to both expected and not as well known spots

5: The Garrison Church is the oldest church in Sydney, located in the Rocks area | These in-ground monuments were all over Sydney - commemorating various events and people

7: The first of many photos taken of the Opera House

9: XO | and, of course, the Sydney Harbour Bridge

10: Dinner at Aria before Madame Butterfly at the Opera House

13: Hunter Valley Wine Tour with Jason

14: Hunter Valley, about 2 hours outside of Sydney, was beautiful - and the wine was good too!

15: bills ricotta hotcakes with fresh banana and honeycomb butter

16: Three pubs in the Rocks all claim to be the oldest in Sydney | Hero of Waterloo There is a tunnel which runs from the cellars of the hotel to the Harbour underneath this pub. The tunnel was used for rum smuggling and involuntary recruitment of sailors. | Fortune of War established 1828

17: Lord Nelson's was packed but we managed to snag some seats (on our second trip) from the group below - then made friends with them | Mira, Graeme, and David

18: Wildlife World was next door to the Aquarium and was part of a package that also included Sydney Tower and Manly Oceanworld

21: Shopping in Paddy's Market where unfortunately nearly everything was made in China - very much like the States

22: Views from the Sydney Tower ANZAC Memorial, St. Mary's Cathedral The Observation deck is completely enclosed in glass 56 cables stabilize the tower, and if the strands of these cables were laid end to end, they would reach from Sydney to New Zealand

25: Most of our days in Sydney were cloudy with intermittent rain, but the sun did creep out once in a while. On the left is Circular Quay from the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Skyscrapers, and Luna Amusement Park located on the far side of the Harbour Bridge visible both during the day and at night. On this side is the Sydney Harbour Bridge as well as a city view from the ferry

26: Bondi Beach Workout Circuit above Surf School to the left

27: The current Lifeguard Station in Bondi was completed in 2001, but it is one of the oldest lifeguard organizations in the world. | Waiting for the bus to take us from Bondi to the lighthouses

28: Hornby Lighthouse at Watson's Bay South Head

29: It was quite the adventure to reach this lighthouse. First we were sent in the wrong direction and although the walk was beautiful, it was raining. When we did finally reach our destination we were drenched, but it did clear a bit for pictures - and that's what is important, right?

30: Lady Bay Beach above Macquarie Lighthouse - Australia's first and longest operating navigational light

31: At the end of our lighthouse adventure we had fish & chips at Doyle's before taking the ferry back to Circular Quay | View from our table

32: Sydney Opera House - Amazing Architecture | Interior ribs | Roof tiles

33: The Opera House has many venues, the largest of which is the Concert Hall on the left. Madame Butterfly was performed in the Opera Theatre

35: We shot the Opera House from every conceivable angle - it was beautiful!

37: St. Mary's Cathedral

38: Manly Oceanworld Panoramic of Manly Beach Ferry from Circular Quay to Manly

40: Royal Botanical Gardens Government House

41: More views in and from the Botanical Gardens

43: “The most wonderful of all things in life, I believe, is the discovery of another human being with whom one's relationship has a growing depth, beauty, and joy as the years increase. This inner progressiveness of love between two human beings is a most marvelous thing; it cannot be found by looking for it or by passionately wishing for it. It is a sort of divine accident, and the most wonderful of all things in life.”

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