Sydney there were lots of summer events on offer. I was pleased to find that one of the outdoor cinemas was quite close to our hotel in Darling Quarter and would fill in the time until fireworks in Darling Harbour. We rushed out to the cinema and didn't have time to get food so I went to get some from Harry's Cafe de Wheels once we were settled in front of the film.
Tumbalong Park. We had to hurry on and find the screen for the open air cinema to see Coco. We were a little late and then I had to rush off to find us some food.
legendary cafe in Sydney. The original cafe was actually a pie cart in the Woolloomooloo naval dockyard that was opened in 1938 y Harry Edwards. A precursor of the food truck!
We were really happy with our evening out. Not even Sylvia's ill fated attempt to walk in the spiral fountain that resulted in bruised feet could dampen our spirits and we walked back to our hotel that evening!
Harry's Cafe de Wheels
14 Darling Drive, Darling Harbour
by Tumbalong Park
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