The weather was kind to us today!
We head out for breakfast at The Rocks.
This place makes the best French pastries!
La Renaissance Patisserie
47 Argyle Street The Rocks Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: + 61 2 9241 4878
I had their beef bourguignon pie and KM had their ham and cheese croissant. It was the best!
We took a short walk at the market but the shops were only setting up then cause the sun just got out.
That’s when we decided to head over to the Taronga Zoo!
One of the main highlights of this trip is the ferry ride. Even if you are not heading anywhere else, its just as awesome to take a ride on the ferry and enjoy the view.
We took bought the ferry ticket + cable car ride + zoo admission ticket = $52
We had to take that photo on the cable car.
Then we started our journey in the zoo! So exciting.
We checked out all the enclosures (yes including the reptiles and snakes section which i don’t really fancy).
Some animals that you have to check out include the snow leopard, platypus, wombat, Tasmanian devil, red panda. On top of that, you’ve got to watch the birds show.
Just chillin’ mate?
We decided to watch the sunset from the ferry and we stole some shots from the ferry.
We had dinner at a German restaurant at the Rocks. The pork knuckle was pretty good! But i thought Brotziet’s pork knuckle is comparable.
Open 7 days, 9am til late
Corner of Playfair & Argyle Streets
The Rocks, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
Tel: +61 (0)2 9247 7785
Fax: +61 (0)2 9241 1613
Our final stop today was the Cafe Tiamo.
374 Pitts Street, Sydney Australia
Opens from: 7am – 1am
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/caffetiamo.sydney
Affogato should be drank this way. Ice cream and a shot of espresso (SEPARATED). It was heavenly!
I had their famous green tea latte and KM had their affogato. I was really impressed with it. In fact, I think I might have their affogato again soon.
Caffe Tiamo and Taronga Zoo is a definite must!