Sydney Day 2– 4th Dec

A relaxed start to the day – objective of this trip was NO RUSH and to try loads of different FOODS.

Out of the hotel around 11am, for a quick walk across the Pyrmont Bridge, no more monorail or would have used that!.


A 15 min walk to the Queen Victoria Building, first task – Breakfast. We decided on eat at The Tea Room on 1st floor.


Breakfast was great, by the time we were done it was close to midday, waited around for the 12’o clock chimes on The Great Australian clock.

(Giant QVB christmas tree by Swarovski – some interesting stats on that)

Roamed about the QVB – lots of window shopping Winking smile. Headed down to the lower levels. Neha and Pooja were very surprised on seeing the underground malls and even more surprised when it got connected to Westfield.


Onto Pitt St mall, spotted the Microsoft Store – this needed a visit. Pooja loved the Surface Hub, Neha was having a ball playing around with the Surface tablets.

Next it was Pooja’s turn to visit the Toy section in MYERs – and do they have a range!! This would be the biggest toy selection I had seen outside of Toys-r-us.


Lots of Star Wars fun things to keep me occupied there Smile.

(chilling out in Pitt st mall)

(never enough Lindt)

Back to the hotel, small break than off to Circular Quay for sunset view of Harbour Bridge and Opera House!


(lots of Pics around the famous sights!)

Being a Friday night, it was a bit difficult getting into the Opera Bar with kids, decided to head off to Bombay to Mumbai Indian in Pyrmont – this place had good reviews on Yelp.

Food was outstanding, as was the Gulab Jamun and Kulfi. The best part for me however was the super cold Kingfisher they were serving – just brilliant!


Back at the hotel, Pooja could not resist playing with her new toys, even close to midnight.


Good night.

About dharmeshkalyan

Have always loved travelling and will continue to pursue this love. Favourite Travel quotes: “Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
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1 Response to Sydney Day 2– 4th Dec

  1. neha kalyan says:

    Reblogged this on Neha Kalyan and commented:
    QVB was awesome ( 😦
    Opera house is beautiful and also the harbor bridge.
    The Indian restaurant was good. 🙂

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