One of my recent weekend strolls took me to the small neighbourhood of Paddington, which lies right outside of the city and away from train stations. This was a walk from the Museum train station but I eventually got to Paddington walking straight Oxford Street and past Darlinghurst.
Paddington Reservoir and the houses (or should I say the complex) built around this watering hole is architectural art. The pool or atrium in the middle and the classical column structures all reminded me of ancient Roman homes. On a sunny afternoon there are no dogs to be found in this reservoir but lovely sunbathing beauties.
Other visions that stick out in my mind are the lavish window displays of the boutiques. Unless I’m missing something, there is not much else to report from Paddington.