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Beach Towels | Best Sand Free Beach Towels


Daniela M.




It is very versatile and practical and can be used for various activities: beach, swimming pool, travel, yoga. Easy to carry thanks to the convenient bag provided. Being double-side you can turn it and show the design you prefer. I love it.






Tamarama







Jessica C.




Perfect for the beach, events, travel and everything in between! Everyone needs a Tesalate Beach Towel!






Phoenix







Heleen V.




We love our big towel by Tesalate! It’s fantastic to use on the beach, but equally as handy as a picnic blanket. We love the design and how compact/light it is for its size.






The Swell







Alana T.




I gave this to my mother and she is thrilled. She enjoys travelling and can now take a good quality beach towel with her without sacrificing suitcase space.






Leaf Me Alone







Navanita A.




Love the design and not a grain of sand stuck on the mat. Brings on chill and beach vibes. Watch out for green eyed monsters when they look at this beautiful thing.






Lazy Daze







Karen S.




I will never go back to the other type of beach towel. They are quick drying and take up little space in my beach bag, which is awesome.






Ride The Rainbow







Elinore H.




I was given this towel as a present and loved it so much I’ve now bought more as gifts for friends. Super stylish, lightweight and absorbent – a great buy!






Bohemian







Bliss E.




It’s such a pretty towel and it really does as advertised. No sand sticks to it, even super wet sand.






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Noosa Beach Towels

‘Fouta’ (Egyptian for towel) – The Ideal Beach Towel or Travel Companion

Our Fouta Towels are more than just a fabulous, highly absorbent thin cotton towel for the beach or pool! They are just like a Turkish towel however ours are woven from 100% Organic Egyptian cotton and made in Tunisia.

They are super-convenient for traveling taking up much less space in your beach bag or suitcase than a traditional ‘terry toweling’ beach towel and dry in half the time. There is no need to take a heavy bulky towel on holiday or borrow one from the hotel room. Plus they don’t collect sand at the beach!

When you travel with a Noosa Beach Towels Fouta, you also have a picnic blanket, a wrap or a tablecloth.

Beautiful styles and rich vibrant colours, woven from 100% Organic Egyptian cotton with hand-knotted fringing.

They come in two sizes: The ‘Standard’ Fouta Towel is a generous 2m x 1m and the ‘Extra Large’ is 2.4m x 1.55m.

Ibiza, Noosa, Cote d’Azur… Where will you take yours?

Beach Towels for Pleasing Post-Swim Vibes

Beach towels used to be an afterthought, or gifted to you by your great aunty for Christmas. And while Aunt June might still be at it, there’s something soothing about a towel that matches your togs, and your personal style.

Here are a few of our favourites to invest in this summer (or subtly slip into your next text to Aunt June).

Sir The Label fringed towel

With three different designs, our pick is the bone-coloured beach towel – the shell design adds some texture, and the neutral shade is perfectly inoffensive.

Business & Pleasure Co beach towel

Business & Pleasure Co specialises in beach accessories, and its towel collection is a mix of retro patterns and modern minimalism. This navy striped option makes a great Christmas gift.

Solaqua capri towel

Solaqua stock a range of linen and cotton towels, hand loomed by artisans in Turkey.

The Beach People pool towel

The label calls this a Turkish towel with “a little more drying power”, thanks to its terry-towelling white stripes. If you love the look of Turkish towels but lament their inability to dry you off post-swim, this is a great choice.

Assembly Label lux towel

A simple, black logo towel. If that’s your beach beat, you can’t ask for more here.

Venroy terry border towel

This is the first season Venroy has created towels, a collection of bordered terry towelling beauties.

Bondi Born Turkish terry beach towel

Another label doing Turkish-terry hybrid towels, Bondi Born has this design in three colourways – a dark khaki, black, and our favourite, a burnt rust.

Mayde Crescent towel

This towel from Gold Coast label Mayde has a textured finish and sweet fringing.

Sage & Clare bath sheet

Yes, it’s technically for post-bath, but the ’70s stripes and waffle texture make this a luxury you’ll also want at the beach.

Aje logo stripe towel

Another minimalist option for those who love black.

Sand Society Sunwave

This sand-free towel (the sand just shakes right off) is also super absorbent, so you can avoid that damp feeling after a few dips in the ocean. It’s also so sunshine-y and summery we can’t help but smile.

Lucy Folk Ra towel

It’s the beautiful ’90s sun pattern for us with this chic towel.

Sheridan Summerville beach towel

A big, cuddly beach towel in a pebble grey – perfect for the colour-averse.

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Red Tulips In Sunlight

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Countryside Landscape, Tokushima-shi, Tokushima, Japan

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A Winter Scene

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Misty Mountain Scenery

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Snow Covered Landscape And Forest

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Mount Rainier

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Cityscape Through Window

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City View At Night, Hong Kong, China

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Illuminated Multistorey Office Buildings At Night, Tokyo, Japan

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Spring Azalea

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Frost On Branch

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Snuff Bottles, Small Dishes, Dabber Tool On Wooden Table

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Notre-dame De Paris Fire, Paris, Ile-de-france, France

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Electric Railway Train Passing Office Buildings, Aarhus, Midtjylland, Denmark

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Close Up Of Pink Flowers

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Snow Scene

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Rare Green Sea Turtle (chelonia Mydas), Swimming In Open Ocean, Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines

Steve Woods Photography

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Pink And White Flowers

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Pack Ice, Murchinson Bay, Murchisonfjorden, Nordaustlandet, Svalbard, Norway

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Commercial Greenhouse With Red Pelargonium – Geranium Flowers In Hanging Baskets And Red, Yellow, Mauve And White Flowering Petunia Plants In Containers

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Overhead View Of Dried Leaves

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Liver Building And River Mersey At Dusk, Liverpool, England, Uk

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90,000 How Australian Beaches Work – Continued

One of the biggest questions that occupied me before my trip to Australia was beach issues. What are the beaches in Australia? What kind of infrastructure is there? Is the ocean warm? Can I swim? It is to them that I want to respond with my today’s report from Manly Beach, Sydney.

1. The original travel plan included the Gold Coast, an oceanfront city with wide sandy beaches and a surfer’s paradise. But then – including with your help! – I excluded this point from the route.As it turned out – not in vain. The beach infrastructure in most cities in Australia, as I expected, is more focused on athletes or sunbathers without an umbrella on a towel. I do not attribute myself to either the first or the second.

2. There are several beach areas in Sydney. The most famous are Bondai and Manly, I was on both. In both cases, it is a wide strip of beach with fine sand, a promenade, at some distance – cafes and restaurants. It is a pity that there is no (or I did not see) a cafe overlooking the ocean.There are a couple of such kiosks in Manly, I haven’t seen anything on Bondai at all, except for a cafe in the Icebergs club.

3. Australians consider it wrong to pay for the beach, so there are almost no offers to rent umbrellas and sun loungers. On Bondai, we still took umbrellas, sun loungers and beach towels, paid something about $ 50, this is the price for two for a day. The Australians themselves sunbathe without umbrellas and even at lunchtime. I can’t do that, I can’t be in the open sun at all, I need a shade.

4.You can enjoy your time on the grass under the pine trees. By the way, pay attention to how many tables and benches there are! You can take food with you and have a picnic. True, alcohol is prohibited by law here.

5. Most of the beach is given over to surfers. You can swim only in strictly designated places. Bathing here is peculiar: you come in, walk for a long time knee-deep in water, then a wave rolls in – count, you swam. Swimming is probably difficult, although I have not tried it. There are fresh water showers along the beach, but no changing rooms were found.

6. If you go a little further, you can find small bays where there are almost no waves. But there is no beach equipment rental and there are a lot of people.

7. Many people rest on the stones and swim in the same place.

8.

9. And some of them work;)

10. This is how Manly’s central street looks like. Most of the stores are dedicated to swimwear, flip-flops, surfs and sunscreens. If you have forgotten something, then you can buy it without any problems.

11. This is how the promenade looks like – a wide, planted with spreading pines.

12. Where the promenade gives way to a narrow walking path, such lizards live on the stones. The photo was taken by my husband – I was afraid to come so close. They are harmless, they just love the sun too.

13. Well, a few pictures of Manly himself. It’s probably great to live by the ocean!

14. Houses overlooking the water.

15.It’s just some kind of Greece!

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17.

19.

I liked the beaches in Australia – it’s nice to walk on them, breathe the ocean air, look at people. You can swim, but if you don’t live in a 5-10 minute walk, it’s inconvenient: you have to drag the entire beach arsenal from Sydney with you, and then, when the beach gets tired, walk with wet towels in your bag. It might be worth it, if you want a real beach holiday, rent an apartment on Manly or Bondai, enjoy the sun and water in the morning, return home, tidy up, dine, and then go to Sydney.There is a ferry to Manly (about 20 minutes on the way), Bondai can be reached by car (15 minutes from the center of Sydney). The water in January was about 20 degrees, according to my feelings in the Atlantic at the same temperature it is colder.

If you are flying to Australia, but are looking for 100% beach holidays and resort hotels, then it is better to pay attention to Queensland, where there are many islands in the Coral Sea with hotels a la Maldives. Also google Kangaroo Island, there are many beautiful lodges and wonderful beaches.

All of the above fully applies to the beaches of Melbourne: they are very beautiful, great for surfers, but not very suitable for those who, like me, do not like to sunbathe without an umbrella on a towel.

The sun is active, sunscreen is a must, even if you just went out for a walk, but in Israel in April, the sun seemed to me much more dangerous than in January in Australia.

There are no sharks and other marine life in the Melbourne and Sydney areas. Lifeguards work on all city beaches. If you drive a car, then you can easily get to secluded and beautiful stretches of the beach, where there will be no one else but you. At the same time you will tell me too!

By the way. Do you know how many kilometers of beaches in Australia? 37 thousand!

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90,000 Ideas for your first trip to Sydney

Lily Mae Bondi Beach

Australia is the only country in the world where many merchandise and most souvenirs bear the words proudly made in Australia and where summer begins in December and winter in June.

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    Bondi Beach is probably the most famous beach in the Southern Hemisphere. During the day, surfers from all over the world train here and fly kites (there is a major kite festival on the beach in September), and in the evenings there is music and beach parties. If you are just trying your hand at surfing, enroll in the Let’s Go Surfing school, where students are given wetsuits and boards and are taught how to “go around” them correctly and skillfully.

_ Let’s Go Surfing, 128 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi.There are lessons for beginners, family and group lessons, corporate lessons, for children and advanced surfers. 2 hour surf lesson for beginners – $ AUD 99._

Ocean Pool at Bondi Icebergs Club

2. Don’t leave Bondi Beach without looking at Bondi Icebergs Club is the same complex with a swimming pool that Google will show in pictures for Bondi Beach. Here, right in the ocean, an open-air pool was built (visit – $ AUD 6.50, towels – $ AUD 3.50), and next to it is a restaurant overlooking the beach, serving fresh seafood and drinking ice-cold prosecco (mussels in tomato sauce with garlic and chili – $ AUD 22, tiger prawns – $ AUD 32, glass of prosecco – $ AUD 9).In the mornings, yoga lessons are held here, after which you can look into the sauna, go for a massage or gym, take group or individual swimming lessons from world champion Neil Rogers or at the Mermaid Swim School.

_ Bondi Icebergs Club, 1 Notts Ave, Bondi Beach NSW 2026. Pool opening hours: daily from 6:00 am to 6:30 pm, on Thursdays the pool is cleaned and open or closed depending on the weather. Club hours: Mon-Fri. from 11:00 until late evening, Sat-Sun from 9:00 to late evening._

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    Take a walk in Royal Botanic Gardens – a green island in the downtown of the city (however, the business rhythm is not felt here at all). The park is very old – some trees were planted as early as 1820 – and spacious, one of the three largest in Sydney. Cockatoos live here and about 10,000 different plant species are collected. There are also roller-skating and cycling paths.

_ Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney NSW 2000.Opening hours from 7:00 sunset, admission is free._

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    A trip to Sydney with children will not be complete without a visit to Taronga Zoo (translated from the Aboriginal language “beautiful view”). The zoo is divided into 8 geographic zones and is home to about 3,000 animals. Here you can feed a giraffe, watch an elephant or monkey show, ride the ropes, visit the penguins, and then have a snack and rest. In general, plan a trip to the zoo for the whole day.

_ Taronga Zoo, Obley Road, Dubbo, NSW 2830.Opening hours: all year round, from 9:00 to 16:00, entrance $ AUD 47 for two days (two consecutive days) for adults, for children from 4-15 years old $ AUD 26. _

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    For gastronomic head to Chippendale for experiences and Paddington for fashion shopping. The “place of power” here is Oxford Street, a promenade with boutiques of famous international brands and shops of local brands (I definitely go to Camilla & Marc, Sass & Bride). After shopping, you can stop by any of the local pubs and cafes, and on weekends you can try what Australian gastro-hipsters cook: Paddington Markets, which serves delicious food and sells all kinds of handmade trinkets and vintage.

_ Paddington Markets, 396 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021._

Photo: Lilia Mae

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90,000 Australia: 37 thousand kilometers of beach

One of the biggest questions that occupied me before my trip to Australia was beach issues. What are the beaches in Australia? What kind of infrastructure is there? Is the ocean warm? Can I swim? It is to them that I want to respond with my today’s report from Manly Beach, Sydney.

1. The original travel plan included the Gold Coast, an oceanfront city with wide sandy beaches and a surfer’s paradise. But then – including with your help! – I excluded this point from the route. As it turned out – not in vain. The beach infrastructure in most cities in Australia, as I expected, is more focused on athletes or sunbathers without an umbrella on a towel. I do not attribute myself to either the first or the second.

2. There are several beach areas in Sydney.The most famous are Bondai and Manly, I was on both. In both cases, it is a wide strip of beach with fine sand, a promenade, at some distance – cafes and restaurants. It is a pity that there is no (or I did not see) a cafe overlooking the ocean. There are a couple of such kiosks in Manly, I haven’t seen anything on Bondai at all, except for a cafe in the Icebergs club.

3. Australians consider it wrong to pay for the beach, so there are almost no offers to rent umbrellas and sun loungers. On Bondai, we still took umbrellas, sun loungers and beach towels, paid something about $ 50, this is the price for two for a day.The Australians themselves sunbathe without umbrellas and even at lunchtime. I can’t do that, I can’t be in the open sun at all, I need a shade.

4. You can have a pleasant time on the grass under the pine trees. By the way, pay attention to how many tables and benches there are! You can take food with you and have a picnic. True, alcohol is prohibited by law here.

5. Most of the beach is given over to surfers. You can swim only in strictly designated places. Bathing here is peculiar: you come in, walk for a long time knee-deep in water, then a wave rolls in – count, you swam.Swimming is probably difficult, although I have not tried it. There are fresh water showers along the beach, but no changing rooms were found.

6. If you go a little further, you can find small bays where there are almost no waves. But there is no beach equipment rental and there are a lot of people.

7. Many people rest on the stones and swim in the same place.

8.

9. And some of them work;)

10. This is how Manly’s central street looks like.Most of the stores are dedicated to swimwear, flip-flops, surfs and sunscreens. If you have forgotten something, then you can buy it without any problems.

11. This is how the promenade looks like – a wide, planted with spreading pines.

12. Where the promenade gives way to a narrow walking path, such lizards live on the stones. The photo was taken by my husband – I was afraid to come so close. They are harmless, they just love the sun too.

13. Well, a few pictures of Manly himself.It’s probably great to live by the ocean!

14. Houses overlooking the water.

15. Just some kind of Greece!

16.

17.

19.

I liked the beaches in Australia – it’s nice to walk on them, breathe the ocean air, look at people. You can swim, but if you don’t live in a 5-10 minute walk, it’s inconvenient: you have to drag the entire beach arsenal from Sydney with you, and then, when the beach gets tired, walk with wet towels in your bag.It might be worth it, if you want a real beach holiday, rent an apartment on Manly or Bondai, enjoy the sun and water in the morning, return home, tidy up, dine, and then go to Sydney. There is a ferry to Manly (about 20 minutes on the way), Bondai can be reached by car (15 minutes from the center of Sydney). The water in January was about 20 degrees, according to my feelings in the Atlantic at the same temperature it is colder.

If you are flying to Australia, but are looking for 100% beach holidays and resort hotels, then it is better to pay attention to Queensland, where there are many islands in the Coral Sea with hotels a la Maldives.Also google Kangaroo Island, there are many beautiful lodges and wonderful beaches.

All of the above fully applies to the beaches of Melbourne: they are very beautiful, great for surfers, but not very suitable for those who, like me, do not like to sunbathe without an umbrella on a towel.

The sun is active, sunscreen is a must, even if you just went out for a walk, but in Israel in April, the sun seemed to me much more dangerous than in January in Australia.

There are no sharks and other marine life in the Melbourne and Sydney areas.Lifeguards work on all city beaches. If you drive a car, then you can easily get to secluded and beautiful stretches of the beach, where there will be no one else but you.

By the way. Do you know how many kilometers of beaches in Australia? 37 thousand!

Source: darsik_dasha

“Bridge Resort” / “Bridge Resort” hotel complex 4 *. Sochi, resort. Prices for 2021

The hotel complex “Bridge Resort” 4 * is located in the Nizhneimeretinskaya bay of the Adler district of the city of Sochi, 150 meters from the sea, within walking distance from the Olympic Park and the theme “Sochi Park”.All conditions for family recreation are created on the protected landscaped territory of the complex measuring 6 hectares: there are a lot of greenery and walking paths.

The hotel is located in the vicinity of the excursion and main Olympic venues. The convenient location of the hotel complex allows you to combine a vacation in the mountains with a beach and sanatorium vacation.

The hotel complex includes the main 8-storey building and 11 typical 5-6-storey buildings named after the capitals of 11 countries: Athens, Vienna, London, New York, Paris, Beijing, Rome, Rio de Janeiro , Sydney, Istanbul and Tokyo.The main symbol of the complex is a bridge that connects all buildings and gives the opportunity to travel to different cities without leaving the territory of the complex. The hotel rooms are decorated in pastel colors, comfortable design and original lighting solutions.

The main public areas of the complex are united by the atrium of the main building and include a restaurant with a Swedish line, a banquet hall, a lobby bar, 7 conference rooms. In summer, the complex has a summer cafe, a pool bar, a children’s cafe, and a beach bar.

In the main building there is a Wellness Club with a complex of indoor and outdoor swimming pools for adults, a children’s pool, heated all year round, a jacuzzi, a gym, two Finnish saunas and a hamam, available free of charge to all hotel guests. Additionally, you can use the services of a beautician, massage room, nail service, hairdresser.

The Bridge Family Medicine Clinic offers a wide range of wellness and treatment programs using modern equipment.The main treatment profiles are diseases of the cardiovascular, nervous system and musculoskeletal system, respiratory diseases, diagnosis and prevention of gynecological and urological diseases.

For children, the hotel provides an animation program, a children’s room and playgrounds.

90,000 5 ideas for your first trip to Sydney

Actress Lily Mae spoke about her favorite places in Australia’s largest city and shared their addresses.

Australia is the only country in the world where many merchandise and most souvenirs bear the inscription proudly made in Australia, and where summer begins in December and winter in June.

1 . Bondi Beach is probably the most famous beach in the Southern Hemisphere. During the day, surfers from all over the world train here and fly kites (there is a major kite festival on the beach in September), and in the evenings there is music and beach parties.If you are just trying your hand at surfing, enroll in the Let’s Go Surfing school, where students are given wetsuits and boards and are taught how to “go around” them correctly and skillfully.

Let’s Go Surfing, 128 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi. There are lessons for beginners, family and group lessons, corporate lessons, for children and advanced surfers. 2 hour surf lesson for beginners – $ AUD 99.

2. Don’t leave Bondi Beach without visiting the Bondi Icebergs Club – the same complex with a swimming pool that Google will show in pictures for Bondi Beach. Here, right in the ocean, an open-air pool was built (visit – $ AUD 6.50, towels – $ AUD 3.50), and next to it is a restaurant overlooking the beach, serving fresh seafood and drinking ice-cold prosecco (mussels in tomato sauce with garlic and chili – $ AUD 22, tiger prawns – $ AUD 32, glass of prosecco – $ AUD 9). In the mornings, yoga lessons are held here, after which you can look into the sauna, go for a massage or gym, take group or individual swimming lessons from world champion Neil Rogers or at the Mermaid Swim School.

Bondi Icebergs Club, 1 Notts Ave, Bondi Beach NSW 2026. Pool opening hours: daily from 6:00 am to 6:30 pm, on Thursdays the pool is cleaned and open or closed depending on the weather. Club hours: Mon-Fri. from 11:00 until late evening, Sat-Sun from 9:00 to late evening.

3. Take a walk in Royal Botanic Gardens – a green island in the business center of the city (however, the business rhythm is not felt here at all). The park is very old – some trees were planted as early as 1820 – and spacious, one of the three largest in Sydney.Cockatoos live here and about 10,000 different plant species are collected. There are also roller-skating and cycling paths.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney NSW 2000. Open from 7:00 am sunset, admission is free.

4. A trip to Sydney with children will not be complete without a visit to Taronga Zoo (translated from the Aboriginal language “beautiful view”). The zoo is divided into 8 geographic zones and is home to about 3,000 animals. Here you can feed a giraffe, watch an elephant or monkey show, ride the ropes, visit the penguins, and then have a snack and rest.In general, plan a trip to the zoo for the whole day.

Taronga Zoo, Obley Road, Dubbo, NSW 2830. Opening hours: all year round, from 9:00 to 16:00, entrance $ AUD 47 for two days (two consecutive days) for adults, for children from 4-15 $ AUD 26.

5. Head to Chippendale for dining experiences and Paddington for fashion shopping. The “place of power” here is Oxford Street, a promenade with boutiques of famous international brands and shops of local brands (I definitely go to Camilla & Marc, Sass & Bride).After shopping, you can stop by any of the local pubs and cafes, and on weekends you can try what Australian gastro-hipsters cook: Paddington Markets, which serves delicious food and sells all kinds of handmade trinkets and vintage.

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