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Transcript of World Trip
May 5, 2014
Day #1 Port Jackson
Day #2 Bondi Beach
Day #3 Sydney Opera House
Day #4 The Rocks
Day #5 Darling Harbour
Bondi Beach is Australia's most famous beach with glorious golden sands, stunning surf and a vibrant seaside village. It's a great destination for people watching, surfing, swimming, shopping and dining in one of the 130+ cafes and restaurants.
Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of late modern architecture. It is admired internationally and proudly treasured by the people of Australia. It was created by a young architect who understood and recognised the potential provided by the site against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour. Denmark’s Jørn Utzon gave Australia a challenging, graceful piece of urban sculpture in patterned tiles, glistening in the sunlight and invitingly aglow at night. Jorn Utzon died in Copenhagen in November 2008 aged 90.
Spending some time in The Rocks is a must-do Sydney experience – locals have been enjoying it for thousands of years. From a picnic lunch under the Harbor Bridge or an alfresco dinner under the stars, to shopping at the markets and The Rocks unique retailers and taking time out in a gallery or museum, The Rocks is the perfect place to escape. This area of Sydney offers boat trips, dining, various contemporary and fine art museums, sidewalk cafe's and shopping.
Location # 3
Brisbane - Queensland, Australia
Queensland is home the Great Barrier Reef which is the largest coral reef system in the world. The region around Bundaberg and Lady Elliot Island is regarded as one of the tops sites to dive with manta rays. The 133 meter/433 foot HMAS Brisbane was sunk near the Sunshine Coast and is fast becoming a favorite wreck of many. Flinders Reef near Brisbane and the Gold Coast is an amazing diving spot and the reef has more than 175 fish species as well as mantas and turtles. This was a beautiful spot to scuba dive!
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Denver, Colorado - United States
United Flight 6859
Depart Denver May 30, at 8:35 pm.
Arrives in Sydney, Australia June 1, at 6:45 am.
My Budget: $10,000.00
Flight - $3,376.25
Hotel - $2, 098.58
Other Transportation - $978.00
Activities - $1,230.49
Food - $1,567.46
Grand Total = $9,250.78
HOTEL CHECK - IN
Sheridan on the Park, Sydney Australia
Room Rate - $188.00 per night
- Swimming pool
- indoorSpa tub
- spa treatment room(s)
- Steam room
- Technology helpdesk
- Concierge desk
- Complimentary newspapers in lobby
- Health club
- Room service (24 hours)
- Coffee shop
Days #6 - #11:
The Great Barrier