Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Sydney Harbour YHA

A couple of weeks ago I showed you the exterior, common area and surrounding dig site at the new Sydney Harbour YHA. At that time I couldn't get on to the roof (residents only). Last Friday I met some friends from interstate who were staying there and not only went up to the roof but had a good sticky beak at the rooms - just about the best value you can get in Sydney for a double ensuite (with hairdryer and tea/coffee/jug). It may be a hostel but its better than a lot of hotels I've stayed in. Then there's that view.

9 comments:

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

The Opera House in Sidney is one of my dreams - I would love to visit it :)
I have enjoyed all your posts "Opera hause"

I have Lund City in Sweden and Budapest City in Hungary.
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Bill said...

It sure beats the Youth Hostels I stayed in in Europe in the 60s. Oh to be young again.

Julie said...

Terrific shots, Ann. If I recall you said they were hand-held. Wow!

We will firm up that 'Vivid' excrusion. I particularly want to do to the drama thing they hold in Campbells Cove and see the lights down Macquarie Street for his 200th.

cara said...

Great tip! What a view!!I really would like to make it down there eventually.

J Bar said...

Top night shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

diane said...

It is good to hear that we have good quality hostels. I hope the youth respect them. I've heard bad reports on how they spoil the hostels. Great night shot.

Peter said...

I walked past the YHA and hardly noticed, must go back. Superb night shots - and without a tripod!

Sam Walker said...

Opera House in Sydney, actually a kind of place for where i would like to travel almost in my every trip to Australia.this looks quite beautiful place and ideal for making holiday better.

For exploring the beauty of opera house you need to book your flights to Australia from http://www.southalltravel.co.uk/Australia/Sydney/

Hank Freid said...

Sydney is one of the lovely place to visit. I have visited Sydney couple of months ago.