Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Sydney Festival, The Ashes & January Events Galore

As we promote more blog posts about all things Sydney and Cremorne Point Manor, we’re aiming to organize you. Yes, we want you to know what’s coming up a few weeks ahead just in case you want to book your hotel stay at the Manor but may need a gentle nudge into spoiling yourself.
In early January, right after the fireworks blast 2013 away and spin us forward into a new year, there are some incredible activities and attractions for both visitors and locals.
From the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Pink Test (3rd -7th) to Festival Village food fest (8th - 11th) and Sydney Festival (9th – 26th), these are just a few that brings January to a crescendo of activities that will get you cheering in cricket and eating & dancing your way through the streets of the city. Talk about starting 2014 in style with color, adrenaline and a spring in your step.
Just in case you need clarification on the Ashes, this is one of the most prestigious cricket tournaments in the world, where Australia and England go head to head at the Sydney Cricket Ground and there’s only one winner who will own the urn. As a friendly battle heading for its 6th year, the Ashes are swarming with Down Under and British fans rallying for their country team to win.
Moving swiftly onto the Festival Village, Hyde Park, the food is in abundance and an incredible way to spend afternoon tastings in the summer sunny days and nights. Some of the tickets are free, others charge a fee so check beforehand on prices.
Before you can put your plate down, the Sydney Festival kicks off. Get your dancing shoes on and be inspired by theater, opera, music, dance and visual arts. There are also free and family events galore so bring the rugrats to be inspired and earn new creative ideas.
For all these Sydney Festivals, book your room early at Cremorne Point Manor and you can hop on an 8  minute ferry ride from the Point to the Harbour. Then return back to the Manor for a relaxing evening, away from the bustle of the city.


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