Synopses & Reviews
What Will Your Sydney Encounter Be?
...revelling in the surfing, sushi, bodies and beer of oceanside Bondi (p122)
...joining the dots between Sydney's great independent galleries (p155)
...finding that perfect outfit for the Mardi Gras; or just that perfect outfit (p157)
...swooning beneath the heaven-sent, sunset curves of the Sydney Opera House, before swanning off to a show (p10)
...getting your caffeine rush in Newtown (p81)
...charting Sydney Harbour on two feet, past sandstone cliffs, beautiful bushland and million-dollar mansions (p12)
Discover Twice the City in Half the Time...
...full-color pull-out map and quality neighborhood maps
...our Sydney expert has sussed out the sights, relished the restaurants and walked the wild side for our green walking tours
...highlights help you make the most of your short stay
...cut straight to a superb coffee, great pubs and the best surf breaks: Sydney locals share their city
, April 2007
'...Encounter guides...discreet in size, but generous enough on page count to provide a fuller city experience minus the hefty guidebook load.'
A few iconic landmarks make Sydney one of the world's most recognizable cities, and this book reveals the best of her sassy swagger. Profiles are presented on the best of the harbor city's beaches, food, culture, and clubbing scene. Full color. Maps.
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