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New York, New York
October 12, 2011
From journal Mind the Gap
London, United Kingdom
May 1, 2006
From journal The watery city of Sydney - Gleaming, Glittering and Gigantic
July 9, 2003
On sweet summer days, you can take along your swimwear and swim off the public beach.
There are many restaurants to choose from, including two Doyle's and many bars and pubs.
Lovely hikes up to the Gap and the Heads for those who want to see what's on the other side of the hills.
Mostly family entertainment at reasonable prices.
The beautiful park down at the bay is an incredible shade of green with huge fig trees and lovely flowering plants. A pure bit of pleasure for very little cost.
From journal Australia on Top -- Sydney
Chiang Mai, Australia
December 12, 2002
You can continue walking along this path all the way to the lighthouse on the Head.
On the harbour side, Watsons Bay is a very scenic beach front, with a number of great fish and chip shops (Doyles, which is an exclusive Sydney fish restuarant, runs a 'take-away' shop here that is high quality and very reasonably priced), as well as the Watsons Bay hotel, a predominantly open air pub, that serves great seafood lunches looking across the harbour toward the city.
Getting to Watsons Bay is very easy by ferry from Circular Quay, or by bus - catch the 324 or 325, or the L24 or L82 (faster) from Circular Quay.
From journal Sensational Sydney