Paradise Awaits

             Paradise is defined as any place of ideal beauty or loveliness. There are hundreds of islands, beaches and cities that can be labeled as paradise. But only one city can withstand the true meaning; Sydney, Australia. With its beautiful beaches, theaters, and great shopping few cities in the world can compare. This essay will discuss Bondi beach, the Sydney Opera House, and the Aussie style.
             Where can you go to see gorgeous sunsets, beautiful people, and swim in the clearest water? At Bondi beach you will find all of these things and more. Bondi Beach is one of Australia's famous beaches and among the world's most well-known beach. It is located in the Municipality of Waverley in east Sydney. Take a stroll along the beachside promenade, along with dogs with style and babies with attitude. Away from the beach there are numerous cafes and restaurants, as well as hostels, hotels, a great variety of shops, and even a small golf course. Everybody loves to go to the beach and if you have the money to head to Sydney, Australia remember to stop by Bondi beach.
             Music is a major part of my life and my families history. So the first thing I think when someone says the name Sydney, is the world famous Opera House. Sydney's most famous icon, acclaimed as one of the most outstanding buildings of the 20th Century. Designed by Danish architect Joern Utzon, and taking 14 years to complete, he resigned mid way through construction due to political interference, never to return. Over 3,000 performances of opera, concerts, theatre, film and dance, each year in its four auditoriums. There are free lunchtime organ recitals in the Concert Hall. Also you can relax in one of the restaurants, the Bennelong or the Harbour, or one of the cafes or bars. One of the best things that tourist love to do is buy gifts, so they could also visit the gift shop for souvenirs and performance memorabilia. So for great music and food stop by the Sydney Opera Hous...

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