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One thing I adore about Sydney is market shopping. Sydney has endless varieties of markets and most run on the weekend. Paddington is full of higher market jewellery and art work, while Glebe is a bit more grungey with its used items and funky clothing. Bondi offers a bit of everything on Sundays and the famers market at the Entertainment Quarter has some of the yummiest baked goods you can find. I will miss the people, the food, the atmosphere and mostly, the cheap goods!
One thing I do love about Sydney, especially the part of Sydney that I live in, is the architecture. The old Victorian style terraces that line the inner west streets are filled with character and charm. A lot of the homes are Federation style too and every time I see them, it reminds me of my childhood, growing up in one.
My beloved childhood home has since been knocked down. I think it should have been heritage listed with its beautiful ornate ceilings, beautifully tiled fire places and stain glass doors. There is a definite mix of architecture in this town and often times the older places are run down. It makes my heart weep.
So already I’ve deviated away from showing you Sydney and am showing you, I guess, my Sydney.
I adore my apartment, its old and filled with character, has creme walls with white picture rails, glass doors that lead into cute little rooms, glass knobs on , but the kicker is the wooden, white shutters over the windows.
This is the beauty of Sydney…a gorgeous old building right in the heart of the modern city.