Impressions of Sydney and Melbourne: A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Characters
Sydney has a seemingly endless waterfront where you can discover the city’s maritime roots and current love of anything that floats. Any one of the city’s idyllic bays, coves or nearby seawater pools will beckon you for a cool-down. Who can resist a stroll along the vibrant Circular Quay and central business district or easy day hike overlooking breathtaking scenery just minutes from downtown? Dine your way through Melbourne’s dynamic food scene from the city’s eclectic markets to her world-class restaurants in the distinctive laneways and cultural areas of Little Italy, Chinatown and the Greek Precinct. Then take a drive to see the colorful beachside community of Brighton and the spectacular Great Ocean Road. There’s so much to see and do in these two amazing cities.
Before you book your ticket to the Land Down Under, find out what these two cities are really like with Impressions of Sydney and Melbourne. This isn’t a typical guidebook, but rather a visual storytelling journey through these incredibly beautiful cities. In her thorough and honest review, The Uncorked Librarian calls this book, “A sincere Sydney and Melbourne travel guide unlike any other.
Whether you plan to visit this corner of the world or just experience it vicariously, the third volume in the travel book series, A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Characters™ will give you a real sense of place. We’ve put a unique stamp on our personal reflections by giving a modern twist to the well-known phrase, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” It contains the 47 delightful stories found in Impressions of Sydney plus 21 more about Melbourne. Each tale features a captivating original photograph and a story that’s exactly 1,000 characters long.
Impressions of Sydney and Melbourne is available through these on-line retailers as an e-book with color photographs or in paperback with black and white photos.