Subject: Re: Sydney trip

You may think that we can see you, but the truth is we can't. So, asking what to do and where to stay in Sydney is quite impossible to answer with the information you supplied us with. Are you 19 years old and traveling with a backpack and looking for hostels? Are you 40 year's old and looking for 5 star accomodations?

In terms of what to do, I would suggest picking up a guide book and getting a list of the basic Sydney attractions and going to the ones that interest you. There's the zoo, walking across the bridge, going up to the tower, seeing the Opera House, seeing an opera in the opera house, visitng an art musuem, hitting the beaches (Bondi is one of the most famous in the world) walking in the Rocks, taking a cruise for a few hours on the ferry and of course, there's the food. Australia has the most exciting cuisine in the world today and the restaurants of Sydney and Melbourne can just knock your socks off. There are bars, music and shopping for every taste level and wallet size.

My favorite hotel in Sydney is the Regent. It's located in the Rocks.

Candice NYC