Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Nicki Minaj loves Sydney Australia....Why?

“...Couldn’t take what was in me, Australia Sydney, Might run up in Disney, Out in LA with Lindsay...”
— Nicki Minaj, "I'm the Best"
One of the best places to visit in Australia is, of course, Sydney. Whether you're traveling like Nicki Minaj or on more of a budget, here are some tips for making the most of your stay in this cosmopolitan locale. Some popular places to stay include the Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay. This hotel is located downtown and has views of the harbor and the opera house; prime real estate for your stay in Australia. For those considering a uniquely luxurious hotel with a bed & breakfast feel, consider the Simpsons of Potts Point Hotel. Ranked the number one hotel in Sydney by, this is a small private boutique hotel that offers charming spaces for their guests. Continental breakfast, port, and sherry are complimentary. Not looking to spend all your travel money on a hotel? Consider the Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel. Yes, this is an actual brewery with its own bar and restaurant. Hotel accommodations sit atop the hotel and the rooms are simple, charming, colonial spaces with a touch of home.
After you have settled in, your first stop should be the renowned Sydney Opera House. Possibly Australia's most famous building, go for a show or just to check out the famed architecture. Regardless, it will be a great experience, as this is an image you will want to send back to family and friends. From this vantage you will also be able to capture stunning views of Sydney Harbour.
Next stop: the Sydney Tower. One of the tallest structures in Sydney, the tower offers stunning views of the city. Make sure to go on a clear day for the best views possible. A quick walk east from the Tower will find you at Hyde Park. There, you can check out the stunningly impressive Archibald Fountain. In such a hot and dry city, you'll wonder how they manage to maintain such a large body of water! After your sightseeing is complete, rest and dine at the elegant Hyde Park Barracks cafe. Offering breakfast and lunch, this is a great spot for a midday rest.
If you are looking to spend the rest of the day inside and away from the heat, visit the Art Gallery of New South Wales. A short distance from Hyde Park, most of the spaces within the museum are free and open to the public. However, before going make a plan of the exhibits you wish to visit to ensure that you get the most out of your time. Also, some temporary exhibits carry an entrance fee, so check with museum for more information.
The hot, hot city of Sydney offers many fun and exciting activities both indoors and outside. Take precaution when traveling in the heat. Remember to rest when need and stay hydrated. Other than that, pack a bag, your passport, a camera, a bottle of water, your most comfortable shoes, and get going.
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