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I'm going to move into the city this weekend,
so I decided to go around the Lower North Shore before then.
I could actually come back any time though. haha
I went to two places, Crows Nest and Milsons Point.

I got off the train at St. Leonard Station,
and walked for about 10 minutes to get to Crows Nest.
Crows Nest is a relatively quiet suburb.
There were a lot of Japanese restaurants,
so there might be quite a few Japanese people living there.
There were also many other restaurants, cafes and furniture shops,
but there was nothing particularly special.
It was disappointing and I felt bored.
However, if you want to live in a quiet and relaxing suburb,
this is definitely a good place to stay.
I think it a nice place to have a coffee in a cafe or eat a sandwich in the park.

After that, I headed for Neutral Bay to cure my heart. haha
I got off the train at Milsons Point Station.
However, because it was late in the evening and I was a bit tired,
I stayed at Milsons Point and didn't go to Neutral Bay.
I was able to see skyscrapers and the Opera House from there.
I was cured by the ocean. I don't know why, but I really love it,
but I was especially impressed by the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
I have seen it before over the past 4 months,
but this was the first time that I have seen it from underneath.
It was huge
I walked under the bridge, thanking it since I cross it by train almost every day.

I wonder if I will miss commuter the trains

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