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My wife has just arrived in Sydney this afternoon.
She is going to stay until Friday morning.
So I'm going to show her some famous places for sightseeing in the city.

I went to the Domestic Airport called Moscow by train to pick her up.
I bought a Multi-Ticket since I thought I was allowed to enter the airport with it,
but I had to pay for the entry fee too. ($11.80)
If you go there from the city, you have to pay $25 for a round trip.

I was waiting for her at an exit, but she didn't show up even 15 minutes after the flight landed.
So I thought she got lost or waited at a gate
since I knew that it is very far from the gate to the baggage pickup.
But actually she had got to the place
where she gets her baggage coming from the opposite side when I called her.
Anyway, we reunited after 5 months in a funny way,
and we checked into a hotel near Hyde Park before going to lunch at a Chinese restaurant
where I often went with Chinese friends before.

We then went to Milson Point to try to walk the Harbour Bridge in the evening
and see the nice view of the city.
Since we walked a lot, we were tired and then decided to go back to the city.
We ate dinner at an Irish Pub near the World Square which is famous for steak.
However, the steak was lamb and she couldn't eat it.
We gave up eating the steak and chose a pasta and a burger meal with beer instead.
It was not so expensive but it tasted good.

I hope she has a wonderful time here

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