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Just adding my two cents: In my experience, the reaction you get from Japanese when you eat something while walking is just a blank expression and a "Why?". And when you answer that with a "Well, why should I sit down for an Onigiri, they are practically made for eating while on the run", they just go "Hm, you're weird". So my theory is that Japanese ...


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I was in Sydney last year for a visit and thought about doing the Harbour Bridge walk. It's undoubtedly a great experience, but it's expensive and you're not allowed to take your own camera with you. I was advised instead to go to the Pylon Lookout (http://www.sydney.com.au/pylon-lookout.htm) which is a fraction of the cost at $AU 13, and also has a ...


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It's definitely not the same thing. There are two 'routes'. One is along the pedestrian walkway on the bridge. Same height as the traffic and trains. (source: Wikipedia) The other is over the 'arch' of the bridge, which is the one you pay $185 for. You get safety lines, can't take anything up with you (including cameras, I gather) and you have a guide. ...


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Judging by Google maps (and street view) it looks feasible during the day, though there appear to be no sidewalks in the section between the terminal building and Paradise road. You would not be the first, if you see this view. That said, it does not look like a very pleasant walk and might not be wise after dark. The 108 bus will bypass the part without ...



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