I recently spent a day in Sydney, Australia and want to share a photo essay from my springtime afternoon walk through the city.
Springtime In Sydney Photo Essay
I finished by early afternoon, which gave me some time to explore Sydney a bit…I had not been outside the airport in many years.
Late October is springtime in Sydney and the weather was perfect, with moderate temperatures and flowers and trees blooming. It was a fairly windy outside, hence my bad hair day, but the breeze was pleasant.
I just began walking from my hotel at Sydney Harbour toward the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney looking for some coffee on the way. It was approaching 3:00 pm and many people were out in the streets.
I stopped for some coffee at a place called Gumption Coffee (more on that tomorrow) and then decided to attend a choral Evensong at St. Andrew’s, which was quite nice.
After church, I took the Sydney Light Rail back to Circular Quay, a rail system that was quite convenient and did not exist the last time I was here (at least the L3 Kingsford Line).
And that was that. It was dinner time and I stayed in the hotel.
I’d like to spend many days in Sydney…but I was glad to have at least one afternoon to walk around.