Wednesday, July 29, 2015
The beauty of Sydney lies within the nearby harbour peninsula regions. An eight minute scenic ferry ride from Circular Quay will take you to Cremorne Point - a harbour precinct that offers one of the best views of the Opera House and city skyline.
The hotel owner, Jean-Claude Branch traced the hotel’s history and discovered it was built as a guest house in 1911 and has remained such ever since. The name was originally called ‘Redcourt,’ to reflect the clay tennis courts to the left of the hotel. To this day, it’s the only commercial building in the area.
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Cremorne Point Manor,
6 Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point, Sydney NSW 2090,
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|Takayama's old town is beautifully preserved.|
The city dates back to the late 17th century and has a wealth of temples, museums and galleries for a town of its size. Takayama's old town is beautifully preserved with many buildings and whole streets of houses dating from the Edo Period (1600-1868), when the city thrived as a wealthy town of merchants.
The biannual Takayama Matsuri, held in spring (April 14 and 15) and autumn (October 9 and 10), is regarded as among Japan's most beautiful festivals, attracting large crowds.
Takayama Festival Floats Exhibition Hall.
Sakurayama Hachiman-gu shrine.
Sarubobo dolls - for happiness and good health.
Everyone has fun in Takayama, even when it snows.
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